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Driver charged after Jeep slams into Laurel County house quoting : “wymt”

HERKIMER, N.Y. — Two Madison County residents died Sunday after their motorcycle crashed into the back of a van, which then struck a Jeep in Herkimer County, state police said. The van was trying to make a left turn into the driveway of the Glimmerglass Festival rehearsal building at 4152 U.S. Route 20, police said. The van, driven by Jonathan A. Neitzey, 23, of Bowie, Md., then struck a 2004 Jeep, driven by Bruce H. Vanbrink, 56, of Cooperstown. The motorcycle hit the back of the van and came to rest on its left side in the westbound lane, the release said. “The force of the crash forced the van into the eastbound lane,” troopers said in the release.

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Driver charged after Jeep slams into Laurel County house
The driver of a Jeep crashed into a home on Amy North Road, off Highway 770, just outside of Corbin. “It makes me pretty mad. But as I get away from being scared about it, I’m pretty mad that it happened,” Cooper said. Crews are investigating a crash in Laurel County that damaged a home on Sunday night. Police arrested the man, Justin M. Collins, and charged him with criminal trespassing, leaving the scene of an accident, and public intoxication.

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