LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. - A head-on collision in Caernarvon Township, Lancaster County, on Saturday has led to the hospitalization of two drivers.
According a Pennsylvania State Police report, Walker Michels, 22, of Downingtown was traveling at a high rate of speed on Route 322 eastbound and passing vehicles prior to the crash.
In the 6200 block of Division Highway, Michels reportedly failed to negotiate a right-hand curve and traveled into westbound traffic.
Police say that Michels then struck a car driven by Robert McConaghy, 19, of Narvon head on.
Both occupants were extricated from their vehicles and were taken to Lancaster General Hospital for treatment. The police report stated that both occupants were listed as stable but in serious condition.
The incident is under investigation.
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