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Road closed after single crash with entrapment in East Cocalico Twp

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© Chris 'PUMP' Haldeman © Chris 'PUMP' Haldeman
© Chris 'PUMP' Haldeman © Chris 'PUMP' Haldeman

Emergency workers were dispatched to a single crash with entrapment on Denver Road in East Cocalico Township.

Crews arrived at 50 Denver Road to find that the driver had managed to escape the vehicle after it struck and sheared a pole.

Officers remained on the scene for assessment. The roadway will remain closed for several hours.

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