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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa — A driver who was allegedly taking selfies while behind the wheel is now hospitalized after a crash on Saturday night.

According to a State Police press release, Alexander Lopez-Cintron, was driving on Chambersburg Road around 8:00 p.m. Saturday night.

The mans car crossed the road and drove onto grass, went airborne and landed on a concrete slab. His car then ran over an Animal Wellness Clinic sign.

Witnesses told police at the scene that Cintron was taking a “selfie” before the crash, causing him to be distracted.

Cintron was taken to York Hospital for moderate injuries and was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.