Teen struck by two cars, leaves scene on his own

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot

A teen boy was struck by two vehicles Saturday night along U.S. 11 in Antrim Township, however he left the scene on his own.

Pennsylvania State Police said the 17-year-old male from State Line left the 8:46 p.m. mishap on his own and went to the Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md. for treatment of injuries.

Police said the boy was attempting to cross 11 and failed to observe a northbound 1995 Nissan Altima driven by Samantha Armstrong, 22, of Greencastle, and walked into the path of the car. The boy was struck by the car and thrown into the air, according to police, who added that he was then struck by another vehicle that was traveling north behind the Nissan. That vehicle, a 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass, was driven by Megan Harbaugh, 19, of State Line. Neither driver was injured, according to police.

Police did not report the exact location of the accident.

Both vehicles received minor damage.