UPDATE: CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Three people were sent to the hospital following a multi-vehicle crash that closed a stretch of roadway in Centre County Friday morning.

The crash occurred on State Route 350 in Rush Township when the driver of a car who was driving down the hill lost control and crashed into an oncoming tractor-trailer, slicing the car in half. The tractor-trailer then crossed the roadway and collided with a box truck that was also traveling down the hill, according to Mountain Top Fire Company Assistant Chief Travis Beres. This caused all three vehicles to be sent into a ditch along the road.

All three people involved in the accident were reportedly transported to an area hospital with minor injuries. The tractor-trailer and box truck received significant damage from the head-on collisions.


ORIGINAL STORY — A multi-vehicle crash closed a stretch of roadway Friday morning in Centre County.

The crash reportedly occurred on State Route 350 in Rush Township. Traffic was shut down in both directions between Philipsburgh and Tyrone, according to 511PA. A lane restriction has since been put in place as of 12:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21.

Provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). 511pa.com.

Details are limited at this time.

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