Man crashes Kia on Pa. highway, steals Good Samaritan’s pickup

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Pennsylvania State Police are on the hunt for a driver who crashed a stolen car and then took off in a Good Samaritan’s pickup after the man stopped to help.



On Sunday an unidentified 54-year-old man from Claysville, Washington County, pulled over to help the driver of a 2016 Kia that struck a guardrail in the southbound lane of Interstate 79, near Carnegie, about 2:30 p.m., the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.

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While the Good Samaritan was checking to see if there were other people in the Kia, the other driver jumped into the man’s pickup truck and started to drive away. The  pickup’s owner tried to stop the theft and was dragged about 100 feet down the road before he fell off, the newspaper said.

The man was taken to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. His condition was not released, the story reported.

The missing pickup was last seen leaving the interstate at the Carnegie exit. Investigators later fund the Kia had been stolen, the Post-Gazette reported.


























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