Tyrone man charged with DUI after Rush Twp. crash
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Tyrone man charged with DUI after Rush Twp. crash

State College : PA : USA | Dec 28, 2011 at 10:51 PM PST
Source: Centre Daily Times
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His vehicle was traveling too fast for the snow-covered road, police said, and failed to negotiate a curve, traveled off the road and struck a tree. Find a Home Search Powered by Find a Car Search Powered by Top Jobs FULL ARTICLE AT Centre Daily Times
 
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