Two Green Lane residents were taken to Phoenixville Hospital for evaluations following a two-car crash at Gravel Pike and Ott Road in Perkiomen Township, Tuesday afternoon.
According to a report, a Honda Accord driven by Haji Omarzai, 73, of Philadelphia, turning left onto Ott Road from Gravel Pike/Route 29. A Ford Escort, driven by Vitali Gotowchikow, 65, of Green Lane was traveling south on Gravel Pike. The Honda Accord turned in front of the Ford Escort, which struck the passenger side of the Honda, the report states.
transported Gotowchikow and his passenger, Sharon Gotowchikow, 67, to the hospital.
Norm’s Save Station and a private towing company towed the vehicles from the scene. worked to clear the scene and directed traffic around the crash.
A citation will be filed in district court, according to the report.
Report: Obscene Graffiti Left on Car Hood
Pennsylvania State Police are seeking information about obscene graffiti on a car hood in the 90 block of Main Street in Schwenksville.
According to the report, the incident occurred sometime between 4 a.m. Oct. 19 and 7 a.m. Oct. 22. An unknown person, or people, sprayed black paint on the car’s hood.
Anyone with information can call the Pennsylvania State Police Skippack Barracks 610-584-1250, and reference incident number K03-1811566.
Woman Reports Wallet Stolen While Shopping in Skippack
A Norristown woman’s wallet was stolen from her open purse while she was shopping in in Skippack, Oct. 22, between 4 and 5 p.m., according to a Pennsylvania State Police report.
Police do not have any information about a suspect.
About $200 was in the wallet, according to the report.
State Police Investigating Reported Hit-and-Run Crash
The driver of Nissan Maxima (2000-2003 model, no indication of color) drove up on a curb at Raintree Circle and Seitz Road in Perkiomen Township, striking two signs that are approximately 10 feet apart, before driving away, the report states. The car will have front-end damage will be missing a Nissan emblem from the front grill, according to police.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call Pennsylvania State Police Skippack Barracks, 610-584-1250, and reference incident number K03-1811511.