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Woman critical after accident near ‘Trump House’ in Unity

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Jacob Tierney | Tribune-Review
Two cars sit outside of Unity Township's famed 'Trump House' after crashing Oct. 25, 2016.

A Ligonier woman was listed in critical condition at a Pittsburgh hospital Wednesday afternoon after her car crashed into another that crossed into her path Tuesday to pull into the driveway of the “Trump House” in Unity, according to state police.

Kellie L. Roadman, 41, was injured in the collision at 4:40 p.m. on Route 982. Police said a car driven by Paula D. Miller, 25, of Greensburg was turning left into the Trump House property when it collided with Roadman's car.

Roadman's passenger, a 4-year-old girl, was not injured, police said.

Miller and her passengers — Savannah R. Logan, 19, and Brad R. Montgomery, 19, and a 12-year-old girl, all of Greensburg — suffered minor injuries, police said.

The house, painted red, white and blue and adorned with a 14-foot metal cutout of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has become a pilgrimage for his supporters. More than 14,000 in the past month have flocked to the home near Youngstown Borough to take photos and pick up paraphernalia.

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