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Pa. man seriously injured in I-680 crash



Published: Sat, November 5, 2011 @ 3:29 a.m.

BOARDMAN

A Pennsylvania man remains hospitalized from injuries sustained in a car accident on Interstate 680.

Damien Brink of Transfer, Pa., is in St. Elizabeth Health Center. where he was taken Thursday night after the pickup truck he was driving collided with a car, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

About 9:45 p.m. Brink, who was traveling southbound on 680 just north of U.S. Route 224, drove his truck off the left side of the road, a news release said. When he

re-entered the highway, his vehicle struck a car driven by Lucilla Stanich of Poland. Both vehicles went off the right side of the road, and Brink’s truck caught fire.

He was flown to the hospital by helicopter. Stanich was taken by ambulance, and was released after treatment, according to OSHP.

The accident is under investigation.


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1captainlinger(622 comments)posted 3 years ago

how do they know he was a father (pa)? He was on the brink!

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2Shanty(18 comments)posted 3 years ago

You didn't mention anything about the man being trapped in his vehicle that was on fire and how the Boardman Fire Department was able to put out the fire and free the man all the while keeping him from being burned.
You recently haven't been afraid of bad mouthing Boardman Fire Fighters and Police, but now that they did something good you don't even mention them.

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3NoBS(1982 comments)posted 3 years ago

Excellent observation, Shanty.

Well, Vindy???

I wonder if the guy whose life they saved - literally - thinks they're a bunch of overpaid truck polishers?

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4boxerlover(131 comments)posted 3 years ago

What about the good samaritans that saw the accident stopped and helped both people and called 911? They weren't mentioned in this version of the story either. Thank God there are still some good people out there. Kudos to all three for keeping cool in a tense situation and caring for their fellow man. Your parents should be very proud.

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