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Crash in Mercer County sends 5 to the hospital

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FINDLEY TWP., Pa. - Slick conditions and high speed are to blame for a one-car crash early Sunday morning in Mercer County that sent five young men to the hospital.

It happened shortly after midnight on I-79 in Findley Township.

The car was traveling north-bound at a high rate of speed when the driver lost control on the slippery road and struck a guardrail, taking out approximately 30 feet of it.

According to Mercer State Police, at least three passengers were ejected from the vehicle.

The 20-year old men were all transported to Grove City Medical Center with minor to moderate injuries.

The driver, Dondi Kirby is charged with driving a vehicle at an unsafe speed.

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