In Weisenberg Township, near Allentown, 23-year-old Kristen Rowe was found by EMTs after she crashed her car into utility poles along New Smithville Road on April 27. Rowe was driving a Dodge Neon, and with her was passenger Travis Workman, age 25.
Workman and Rowe crashed on the side of the road at 12:35 am. The police report indicated that Rowe was driving unreasonably fast. Rowe and Workman were transported to Lehigh Valley Hospital.
EMTs were the ones who first found Rowe and Workman, but the Weisenberg Township Fire Co., New Tripoli Fire Co, and Cetronia Ambulance all assisted in the rescue. When first responders arrived at the scene, the two victims were trapped in the car and severely injured. After Rowe and Workman were extricated from the vehicle, they were immediately taken to the Lehigh Valley Hospital for emergency medical attention. Rowe is waiting for charges to be brought against her by the Lehigh County District Attorney’s Office because of her wreck.
Our thoughts go out to Rowe and Workman and their friends and families during this difficult time.
Accidents cans happen at any time, and it is important to know that you can get help. If you hire an attorney to defend you, you stand a better chance of having a more positive verdict at your trial. If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident in the Allentown area, call Mednick, Mezyk & Kredo at 888-807-WORK for their expertise in auto accident cases.