State police seek truck driver in fatal Interstate 70 crash

State police at Belle Vernon are seeking the public’s assistance in finding the driver of the tractor-trailer that left the scene of a fatal accident last month on Interstate 70 in Rostraver. Police said a white box-sized trailer sideswiped a car driven by Gregory G. Povrzanich of Monessen, as the tractor-trailer was moving from the passing lane into the right lane about 6:10 p.m.

June 24 at mile marker 46.5. The rig’s trailer, which did not stop when the accident occurred, may have red paint that was transferred onto it, state police said. A passenger in Povrzanich’s vehicle, Connie L.

Livingstone, 48, of Arnold City, Fayette County, died of head injuries at 7:26 p.m. June 27 at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office said. Police said that after Povrzanich’s car was hit, it went off the south berm and slammed into a tree with its right side.

The driver and the victim’s brother, Brook Livingstone of Arnold City, were transported to Pittsburgh hospitals for medical treatment, police said. Anyone who witnessed the accident is asked to call state police at Belle Vernon at 724-929-6262. TribLive commenting policy You are solely responsible for your comments and by using you agree to our Terms of Service.

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