Postal worker runs stop sign, causes crash

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A postal worker was cited Monday after he ran a stop sign and caused a crash in Lebanon County, police said. It happened around 3:15 p.m.  along Horst and Marvin Avenues in South Lebanon Township.

According to police reports, 29-year-old Gurpreet K. Jawandha,  of Bethel, was driving north when ran a stop sign and pulled  into the path of a minivan driven by 51-year-old Mary F. Earle, of Lebanon.

No injuries were reported.

Jawandha was issued a traffic citation for failing to stop at a posted stop sign.

Both vehicles had to be towed from the scene, police said.