Pennsylvania State Police investigated a vehicle crash in Canaan Township on Feb. 8.

According to police, the collision occurred as Robert Harrington, 49, of Jermyn, was stopping in the east bound travel lane of Route 6 for a vehicle turning in front of him.

Brianna Muir, 21, of Waymart, was approaching Harrington's vehicle from behind “...and failed to bring her vehicle to a stop, colliding with the rear of Harrington's truck,” the release states.

When police arrived on scene, both drivers stated there was a vehicle in the east bound travel lane that stopped to turn left in front of them.

Harrington stated he “...attempted to come to a stop and did, but slid some on the snow covered roadway.”

Muir “...attempted to stop behind Harrington but could not....and slid into the rear of his vehicle.”

PSP responded to a vehicle crash on Feb. 8 in Palmyra Township.

According to a report, a crash occurred at approximately 9:31 p.m. when Kayla Heller, 20, of Tafton, was traveling west bound on Route 6.

“Heller's SUV began to skid on the snow covered roadway, going off the north shoulder and impacting the rock ledge before coming back into the travel lanes,” the report states.

The vehicle then struck an SUV driven by 35-year-old Michael Roe of Hawley.

Roe's vehicle was in the east bound lane of Route 6 and Heller's vehicle was redirected “...back to the north shoulder, where her vehicle came to final rest.”

Police state upon arrival, Heller was in her vehicle “...with apparent injury, needing medical attention.”

Roe told investigating Trooper Jamison Warner that Heller's vehicle “...came around the bend in the road out of control, hit the rock embankment on the (north) side of the road and almost 'cart-wheeled.'”

The report states Roe “...thought it was going to roll over, bu tit came across the travel lanes and struck his vehicle...” before it went off the other side of the roadway.

Heller was transported form the scene by White Mills Ambulance, the report states. A citation for driving a vehicle at safe speed was filed in district court for Heller.