Police in York are seeking possible witnesses to a crash Tuesday in York between a dog day camp vehicle and a box truck in which the driver with the dogs was injured.
The female driver of the vehicle from Sheba’s Doggy Day Camp of York was airlifted to Carolinas Medical center in Charlotte with “very serious injuries,” said Lt. Gary Messer of the York Police Department.
The driver of the other vehicle, a commercial box truck, was cited for disregarding a stop light, Messer said.
Officers are looking for people who may have witnessed the crash, Messer said. The police department sent out a request for witnesses through its Facebook page.
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The names of the drivers involved were not released.
The crash, at the intersection of S.C. 49 and Alexander Love Highway, shut down the intersection for several hours before the road was re-opened Tuesday afternoon, Messer said.
Several dogs were in the Sheba’s Doggy Day Camp vehicle at the time of the crash, Messer said, but none of the dogs were injured.
Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call York Police Department at 803-684-4141.