CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — One man is dead after crashing his car in Centre County, rolling it onto its side Monday afternoon.
Around noon, Ferguson Township Police responded to a single-vehicle crash in the 2100 block of West Gatesburg Road where they found the vehicle on its side.
The driver, a 64-year old man from Halfmoon Township was trapped inside and not breathing according to released information from the police.
An officer and Port Matilda EMS were able to move the driver from the vehicle but the attempt to revive him was unsuccessful.
According to initial investigations, it is believed the man drove off of W. Gatesburg Road into a hayfield only to re-enter the road and hit a West Penn Power box which caused the car to flip on its side.
As of now, police believe the accident may have been the result of a medical emergency. They said there were no signs of the car attempting to stop after exiting the roadway.
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The name of the driver has not been released as police are attempting to locate his family. A dog was also inside the vehicle but uninjured.