Two people injured in crash in Adams County

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ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. — Two people are seriously injured after a crash in Adams County.

It happened Monday evening on the 1800 block of Carlisle Pike in Oxford Township.

Police say the driver of a silver SUV, a female from York, was traveling southbound when it left it’s lane of travel for unknown reasons and hit a guide rail on the west side of the road.

That impact sent the SUV across the northbound lane, causing it to hit another guide rail and a black pickup truck driven by a male from Dillsburg.

The drivers of both vehicles had to be rescued from the cars.

According to United Hook and Ladder Company,  one driver was extricated in 10 minutes while the other was freed within an hour.

EMS took both drivers to the hospital to be treated for serious injuries.

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