SUVs Collide in Upper St. Clair

The accident happened at the intersection of McLaughlin Run and Lesnett Roads.

Two SUVs crashed at the intersection of McLaughlin Run and Lesnett roads shortly before 10:30 Wednesday morning.

Upper St. Clair police are at the scene working to clear the accident and direct traffic. It's unknown if there are any injuries.

Motorists should avoid the area if possible.

The intersection is near the Upper St. Clair Post Office.

Sarah Zawojski October 24, 2012 at 03:28 PM
Really?! It's because they were driving SUVS?? Do you have a brain?? Geez I better be extra careful driving my pick up
Racky October 24, 2012 at 03:45 PM
I hear it was "THE RACOON" ! He didn't look both ways before he crossed!
Beth Kramer October 24, 2012 at 04:34 PM
I think until the details are released, we should all show some sympathy and compassion and hope no one was hurt. Pretty harsh to judge an accident because of the vehicles involved.
Colby October 24, 2012 at 05:59 PM
Always amazed when people make light of situations in which someone may have been injured, or at the least, shaken by what happened and/or the possible damage/effect on their insurance, or cost incurred as a result of the accident. I don't think anyone, as those above who made flip comments, would be making jokes about the situation or turn away assistance from an Animal Control officer, in addition to others who may have stopped to assist. I'm with BETH--I pray those involved are okay. Let's show some human decency and concern for our neighbors.
Jason Bahr October 24, 2012 at 08:23 PM
Not sure if you are embarrased, but you should be. There were children in one of the cars. Is there something wrong with you????


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