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Vehicle Flips In Middletown Accident, Closing Lincoln Highway



Alex Lloyd Gross Photo Delaware Valley News.com The crash scene

by Alex Lloyd Gross

Police, Fire and medical personnel  were called to the scene of a serious traffic accident in Middletown Twp, Bucks County Pa. on November 16, 2021.  The accident was caused by one driver disregarding a red light,  at the entrance to the Lowes and Shopping Center. just after 2:00 PM.  )One vehicle was traveling north of E. Lincoln Highway when the crash happened. The force of impact caused one vehicle to flip onto it’s side.

One person was taken by ambulance with non life threatening injuries. The other driver was taken in for a blood test police said.  This  was due to police suspecting the driver to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

 

Traffic was a mess in the area, as East Lincoln Highway was closed in both directions.  Eventually, traffic was allowed to travel south and go around the crash, until tow trucks arrived on scene.


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One Response “Vehicle Flips In Middletown Accident, Closing Lincoln Highway”

  1. Kathy Spagnola
    November 16, 2021 at 7:46 pm

    I was at the scene taking care of the driver sent for blood work.She definitely had no alcohol on her breath .I was huggong her so I would have smelled it.She did say she was having a panic attack & I helped calm her down. She was lucid, compassionate asking how other driver was & did not appear to be on drugs to me.I am retired trauma nurse.

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