PSP investigations: Motorist injured in road rage fight
One motorist suffered serious injuries Friday in a Cumberland County road rage incident on an Interstate highway near Lemoyne Friday.
The incident happened at mile marker 41 on I83 at around 3:30 p.m. Friday, according to Pennsylvania State Police. It involved drivers of two vehicles and a passenger in one of the vehicles. The vehicles were both northbound when they pulled over onto the shoulder at Exit 41.
All three men got out of the vehicle and started fighting on the exit ramp. The fight ended with one driver severely injured. The other motorist and his passenger then fled the scene before police arrived.
Police are looking for two black males in their 20s to 30s in a light champagne colored Toyota Camry.
Police ask that anyone with information about the suspects or vehicle call PSP at 717-671-7500, referencing incident number PA2021-1241958.
A 64-year-old York Springs man hit by a car while riding a bicycle on West Lisburn Road Wednesday had suspected serious injuries, according to police.
Silver Springs Ambulance and Rescue medics treated William F. Enyeart at the 11:30 a.m. crash scene before transporting him to Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill.
The crash happened at the intersection of West Lisburn and Boyer Roads, police said.
Enyeart was traveling west on East Lisburn when a westbound car driven by Deborah A. Garman, 69, Carlisle, tried to make a left hand turn in front of him onto Boyer Road. Enyeart’s bike hitthe front passenger side of the car. Enyeart’s head hit the car’s windshield and he was thrown over the car into the grass on the northwest corner of the intersection.
A police investigation into the crash is ongoing.