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Whitesville woman unhurt when plow truck strikes her mail vehicle in Potter County

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PA State police report no major injuries

Michael T. Baldwin Reports

Pennsylvania State Police say on February 4th at 3 p.m. Troopers investigated a collision involving a large snow plow truck and a mail delivery vehicle on Carr Hill Road  in Hector Township. According to the police crash report, Investigator Benjamin Sterling said that the Hector Township plow truck was operated by 67-year-old James W. McPherson of Sabinsville. He told police he was plowing when he stopped and began accelerating and backing up to better clear a snow drift. He said he checked his mirror and saw nothing until the collision.

The other vehicle was operated by 41-year-old Jenny Delill of Main Street in Whitesville. She told troopers she screamed when she realized the truck was going to strike her vehicle. The impact pushed her SUV back about 10 feet and caused front end damage.

Troopers said no injuries were sustained as a result of the crash. 

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