What to Know
- A family of six, including four children, were injured when their RV tumbled down in embankment in Berks County, Pennsylvania.
- According to police, the vehicle rolled 100 feet into nearby woods.
- The family was taken to Hershey Medical Center with undisclosed injuries.
Six people, including four children, were injured when their recreational vehicle crashed down an embankment in Berks County.
The accident happened late Sunday night.
Police Chief Ryan Murphy tells The Morning Call the RV apparently failed to make a left turn and crashed through a guard rail. It went down the embankment and was about 100 feet into the woods.
The family was taken to Hershey Medical Center.
The extent of their injuries is not known.