2 Hurt as Car Crashes Into "Do Not Enter" Barrier

Open bottle of beer found inside car in head-on crash near SEPTA station in Morton, Pa.

By Dan Stamm
|  Friday, Nov 30, 2012  |  Updated 11:55 PM EDT
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A car rammed head-on into a barricade near a Delaware County train station Friday evening leaving two people badly hurt.

The single-car crash happened around 5 p.m. at Main Street and Morton Avenues in Morton right by SEPTA’s Morton-Rutledge Station.

The barricade, which blocks part of Morton Avenue that heads towards the tracks, has two “Do Not Enter” signs on it, as seen on Google’s Street View.

A man and woman were taken to Crozer-Chester Medical Center in critical condition, according to Morton Police.

Police say they found an open bottle of Budweiser in the car.

By 6:45 p.m. the crash was cleared and all local roads were reopened.

The investigation, including if alcohol played a role in the wreck, continued through the night.

 


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