The mother of the juvenile allowed the minimal to operate the car or truck when she was in the passenger seat.
LANCASTER, Pa. — A 14-calendar year-aged juvenile crashed a auto they have been driving when they left the roadway and struck the side of an unoccupied garage.
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Law enforcement Office responded to the scene mid-Friday morning.
The damage, which transpired on the 700 block of Hopeland Road in close proximity to Hanna Travel in Clay Township, was extensive to the garage wall.
The auto, a 2000 Chrysler sedan, crashed via the facet of the cinder-block wall garage, penetrated the opposing interior wall, and came to a relaxation within the garage, in accordance to law enforcement.
Officers responded to the incident Friday morning. An investigation uncovered that the juvenile’s mother, Laurellyn Schrom, from Lititz, was the owner of the car or truck as effectively as the passenger.
According to police, Schrom had authorized the juvenile to run the vehicle.
The occupants sustained slight injuries and were evaluated on the scene by EMS. Both were being taken to the healthcare facility for further more treatment and evaluation.
Summary expenses with running a auto even though unlicensed, permitting the violation, and actions that resulted in the crash are pending.