Crash overturns vehicle, injuring six

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Six people were hurt when the vehicle they were riding in flipped over and slid about 120 feet.
Hermitage police said the vehicle, a Dodge Durango, was traveling west on Hermitage Freeway when it was hit by a car, driven by Linda Stilley, 54, of South Hermitage Road, Hermitage.
Police said Stilley was attempting to turn onto South Buhl Farm Drive at 4 p.m. Monday. Stilley was issued a traffic citation for failing to yield to oncoming traffic.
Police said the Durango driver, Jaret Samuels, 29, of Wallace Avenue, Farrell, his wife, Tracy, 29, and two children, Juwan, 4, and Jaykayla Samuels, 3, were treated at UPMC Horizon, along with another passenger in their car, Jasmiene Oliver, 8.
Another passenger in the Durango, Davida Tarver, 20, was in stable condition this morning at UPMC Horizon. Police said everyone in the Samuels vehicle lived at the Wallace Avenue home.

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