New Castle News


May 5, 2012

Woman injured in Hickory collision

NEW CASTLE — A New Castle woman was flown to a Youngstown hospital following a crash Friday in Hickory Township.

State police said Sierra R. Duncan, 26, of 1802 Moravia St., was driving on Route 168 around 7 a.m. and apparently lost control of her car. It hit a utility pole, then hit a car driven by Glenn W. Floyd, 20, of 291 Eastbrook-Neshannock Falls Road, that was in front of hers.

Duncan was ejected from her vehicle. She was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center with head injuries.

Police said Duncan was not wearing a seat belt.

No other injuries were reported.


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