ROBINSON, Pa. - Emergency crews have cleared the scene after a produce truck was involved in a rollover accident Monday morning in Robinson Township.
David Wislosky was just about to drive onto Interstate 376 from Robinson Town Center when he said he lost control.
“I was going to the airport and someone, or something, hit me from behind and I lost control,” Wislosky said.
Investigators said the truck slid and flipped onto the exit ramp, and began spilling diesel fuel.
“Whenever he came across the interstate, however it turned out, he jumped onto the ramp and rolled on its side,” Moon Run Fire Chief Paul Kashmer said.
Another car involved in the accident flew down an embankment almost 60 feet, officials said.
“She must have thought she was on an airplane ride when she went over the top of the hill,” Kashmer said.
The woman who was driving the car and Wislosky were both uninjured.
“I was scared. I flipped after I hit I guess. I just feel very, very lucky,” Wislosky said.
Produce truck involved in rollover crash in Robinson Twp.
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