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Allegheny Township accident |

Allegheny Township accident

| Thursday, October 6, 2005 12:00 a.m

Emergency crews had to cut an 18-year-old woman from her sport utility vehicle after it crashed into a school bus Wednesday afternoon on Route 356 in Allegheny Township.

There were no children on the bus.

Police said Katelyn Parlett of Washington Township was driving the SUV and tried to make a left turn onto Orr Avenue about 2:30 p.m. when her SUV collided with a school bus driven by William Gestner, 57, also of Washington Township.

The bus is owned by Moore School Bus. Gestner was not reported injured and the extent of Parlett’s injuries was unknown Wednesday evening.

Police did not indicate whether either driver will face charges.

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