No injuries were immediately reported.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 11:35 a.m. A multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 79 Southbound near the Canonsburg exit that shut the roadway down to one lane has been cleared, a state Department of Transportation spokeswoman said. "There are cars out there all over the place," a 911 supervisor confirmed. It was not immediately known if there were injuries in the crash. Check back with Patch for more details as they become available.
Krystle A. Kobrys, of Muse, was flown to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital following a three-vehicle accident Monday.
A Muse woman was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital following a three-vehicle crash on I-79—one state police said happened after the woman hit another car while driving in the wrong way on the highway, state police said. Krystle Kobrys, 22, of Muse, was taken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital for what state police called "moderate" injuries. Her condition was not immediately available, according to a hospital spokeswoman. The state police report indicates that, "for unknown reasons, (Kobrys) crossed over the grass median and entered the Southbound lanes of 79," where her vehicle was struck by one being driven by Sandra M. Roberto, 58. Police said the car driven by Kobrys then spun clockwise, striking a vehicle driven by David A. Devenney, 68. …
Washington County 911 confirms there were injuries during the crash, which occurred after noon on Monday.
A Washington County 911 supervisor confirmed that a medical helicopter had landed on Interstate 79 after a three-vehicle accident happened after noon on Monday. The supervisor said the crash happened on near the Southpointe exit in the southbound lanes. Witnesses said it looked as if a truck had "flipped over"—but said the wreckage was off the highway just after 1 p.m. The number of injuries—and where the injured would be taken—was not immediately known.