Deer hits vehicle

A deer ran into a vehicle April 10 in Union Township.

New Freedom resident Billie Roberts, 45, was westbound on Hanover Road (Pa. Route 116) when the deer ran from the road’s south side into the driver’s side of her 2012 Subaru Legacy, breaking glass that injured Roberts, state police said.

Southeastern Adams Volunteer Emergency Services treated Roberts on scene and did not take her to the hospital after the 3:57 p.m. crash, police said.

Hit-run reported

A vehicle fled after crashing in Union Township April 11.

A northbound vehicle traveling Littlestown Road went off the east side of the road while navigating a curve and hit the “grounding wire” of a utility pole, state police said. The vehicle also struck the rear end of a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado parked in a driveway about 2:46 p.m., police said. The driver left without leaving their information, according to police.

Vehicles collide

Vehicles collided head-on April 11 in Bonneauville Borough, leaving one driver with suspected injuries.

Tyler Leach, 25, of Gettysburg, was eastbound on West Hanover Street when his 2016 Toyota Corolla crossed over into the westbound lane and hit Gettysburg resident Natasha McMaster’s 2009 Hyundai Sonata, state police said.

McMaster, 20, may have suffered minor injury was taken to Gettysburg Hospital, according to police. Leach was charged with disregarding a traffic lane in the 6:26 a.m. crash, according to an online court docket and police.

Rear ended

Two vehicles crashed on a hill in Hamilton Township April 12.

Abbottstown resident John Bosserman, 20, was heading west on York Road and hit the brakes on his 2005 Chevrolet Silverado “while approaching traffic after cresting to the top of the hill” near the intersection with Bair Road, state police said. Hanover resident James Roser, 70, came up behind him, hit his brakes, but the 2007 Nissan Sentra still smacked into the Chevy, according to police. Both vehicles stopped in the westbound lane, police said,

Roser suffered a suspected minor injury and was not transported to the hospital after the 3:28 p.m. crash, according to police.

Tire blown

A vehicle went off the road and crashed after one of its tires “blew out” April 12 in Hamiltonban Township.

Harmoni Iaea, 20, of Fairfield, was westbound on Iron Springs Road when her 2003 Chevrolet Malibu’s rear driver’s side tire blew out for “unknown reasons,” state police said. Iaea lost control and her car crashed off the north side of the road about 3:38 p.m. at 1682 Iron Springs Road, state police said.

No injuries were reported. Iaea was charged with a lane violation, according to an online court docket.

DUI suspected

An East Berlin woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) April 13 in Hamilton Township.

A man found a vehicle parked in his front yard with the driver asleep at the wheel at 4:30 a.m. at 993 Pine Run Road, state police said. Upon investigation, they found 31-year-old Jennifer Myers, who appeared intoxicated, and arrested her, according to police.

Crash on R15

One vehicle rear-ended another on State Route 15 in Cumberland Township.

Patricia Rustici, 89, of Camp Hill, was traveling on Route 15 when her 2002 Buick Lasabre rear-ended a 2015 Chevrolet Caprice driven by Gettysburg resident Timothy Biggins, 49, at mile marker 4.6, state police said.

Rustici was charged with failing to yield to an emergency vehicle in the 2:20 p.m. crash, according to an online court docket said. Rustici was transported to Gettysburg Hospital, according to police.

Times Staff Writer

Mary Grace has been a Gettysburg Times Staff Writer since December 2016. She covers Carroll Valley Borough, Cumberland Township, Liberty Township, Mount Joy Township, Straban Township, and Littlestown Area School District. Mary Grace lives in Gettysburg.

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