1 flown to hospital after Route 28 crash
BUFFALO TWP — Crews responded Wednesday, Feb. 8, morning to a crash on Route 28 that resulted in one person being taken to a Pittsburgh hospital, according to officials.
Around 6:45 a.m., crews were dispatched to a single vehicle accident with an injury. According to scanner reports, a car hit a tree near Exit 17 on Route 28.
Officials said the male patient was unconscious but breathing. He was taken by helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Route 28 was shut down during the duration of the response, dispatch said. The road was reopened around 8:05 a.m.
Buffalo Township and Sarver Volunteer Fire companies responded to the incident.