CHESTER COUNTY, Pennsylvania — A tractor-trailer’s failure to stop for traffic and debris caused a multi-vehicle crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Monday morning.
WFMZ reports that the crash shut down a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Chester County, Pennsylvania, causing a backup that impacted drivers heading through Berks County.
Pennsylvania State Police said the wreck near the Downingtown exit involved four-tractor trailers. Five people were taken to Paoli Hospital in Paoli, Pennsylvania. The extent of the injuries suffered during the crash are unknown.
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