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Greensburg Road crash victims expected to recover from late Thursday incident

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Chuck Biedka | Tribune-Review
This is one of two cars involved in a head-on collision late Thursday on Greensburg Road in Lower Burrell's Kinloch neighborhood. June 28, 2018
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Chuck Biedka | Tribune-Review
This is one of two cars involved in a head-on collision late Thursday on Greensburg Road in Lower Burrell's Kinloch neighborhood. June 28, 2018
vndRt366HeadOn2062918
Chuck Biedka | Tribune-Review
This is one of two cars involved in a head-on collision late Thursday on Greensburg Road in Lower Burrell's Kinloch neighborhood. June 28, 2018
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Chuck Biedka | Tribune-Review
This is one of two cars involved in a head-on collision late Thursday on Greensburg Road in Lower Burrell's Kinloch neighborhood. June 28, 2018

A Lower Burrell man who was among four people injured in a head-on crash late Thursday on Greensburg Road in Lower Burrell remained hospitalized Friday evening.

Police identified the man as Ronald Carlisi, 61. No further information on his injuries or condition were released.

The violent wreck shortly before 11 p.m. occurred in the 700 block of block of Greensburg Road (Route 366) in the Kinloch neighborhood.

It shut down the road between Dutchmans Run Road and Westmoreland Avenue until about 3:30 a.m. Friday to allow a state police accident reconstruction team to investigate.

A man and a woman from Vandergrift who also were hospitalized were released Friday.

Police identified them as Brenton Trenney, 33, and Kristen Trenney, 27.

Police say Brenton Trenney was driving a red Nissan toward Greensburg when the car crossed the center line.

It struck a blue Hyundai driven by Carlisi. Police didn’t identify released the name of the person who was traveling with Carlisi.

Police originally thought there were five people involved but after comparing all EMS reports they learned only four people, two drivers and two passengers, were involved.Both cars were damaged severely.

Sgt. Brendon Noll said police are getting a warrant so they can search the car Tenney was driving. That will likely happen Monday, Noll said.

Lower Burrell Police Detective Sgt. Zach Beam said the investigation is ongoing.

Chuck Biedka and Mary Ann Thomas are Tribune-Review staff writers. Reach Biedka at 724-226-4711, [email protected] or via Twitter @ChuckBiedka. Reach Thomas at 724-226-4691, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaThomas_Trib.

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