Utz truck crashes into porch

There are 8 comments on the Evening Sun story from Dec 4, 2010, titled Utz truck crashes into porch. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

A driver lost control of an Utz truck Saturday afternoon, crashing it into the front porch of a home in the 2900 block of Baltimore Pike, West Manheim Township.

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Debbie

Philadelphia, PA

#65 Dec 9, 2010
Utz used to be the best employer in the area, but that was years ago. Jane and Mike are actually very good people, but just wait until their son-in- law is in total control of the company and runs it into the ground. You think it's bad now...you haven't seen anything yet.
Simply a case of a nobody who now thinks he's a somebody because he married into their money. What a piece of @%*&!
You really think

Miami, FL

#66 Dec 9, 2010
Fact Check wrote:
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Nope, you are lying, you are not an accident investigator, unless you are just a really irresponsible investigator who makes public comments about an accident without specific details or investigation...BUSTED chip boy!
But keep making it up as you go along chip boy, we like laughing at you.
How do you know who I am? The comments I made about ALWAYS LEAVING AN OUT is what is used in training people using the Smith System.
Totally

Hanover, PA

#67 Dec 9, 2010
Crash Again wrote:
Yet another accident on the same stretch of 94 tonight (wed dec 8th) in front of the Mini Mart, and of course it looks speed related AGAIN. RT94 has gotten pretty dangerous, we need the police force to step up and police this dangerous stretch of road. LETS SEE SPEED LIMIT ENFORCEMENT ON RT94!!!! Our tax dollars are OBVIOUSLY BEING WASTED on a police department that has fallen asleep on the job! How many accidents do we need before we SEE an effort, how many lives must be lost???
I bet it's easier for the local police just to hang out at the Turkey Hill or park in the driveway of the Elementary school waiting for a right on red from Fairview...try patrolling, try monitoring speed at different points, try putting up one of those signs that shows motorists their speed that they are traveling.
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....un-informed individual that wrote this! PA State Police are the only police that can use radar! West M. Police can not! PA State Police are not going to waste their resources on this section of highway! In the several YEARS of driving on Rt. 94/MD 30, PA State Police have sat on the side no more than 6 times that I have seen!! Oh, and that flashing portable speed limit sign, Police cannot write tickets using that device! Info use only! So,, don't knock West M. Police, their hands are tied!
Farce

Hanover, PA

#68 Dec 9, 2010
Totally wrote:
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....un-informed individual that wrote this! PA State Police are the only police that can use radar! West M. Police can not! PA State Police are not going to waste their resources on this section of highway! In the several YEARS of driving on Rt. 94/MD 30, PA State Police have sat on the side no more than 6 times that I have seen!! Oh, and that flashing portable speed limit sign, Police cannot write tickets using that device! Info use only! So,, don't knock West M. Police, their hands are tied!
If the local police "hands are tied", what are they asking the Supervisors to do about it??? I don't remember the chief asking for a resolution...DO YOU???

Public safety is the responsibility of the police, fire dept, township and Supervisors etc, but I have never seen an article about your assertion of "hands tied", nor have I seen/heard it discussed at a meeting, your claim needs substantiation or I call BS. If the local police are night actively fighting to get help on 94, then their hands are CLEARLY NOT "TIED"!

PS the signs do help with getting motorist to drive the proper limit, that's why they are so popular near schools, check North Carrol in MD for an example to help you learn about this...glad I could help!
prayful

Gettysburg, PA

#69 Dec 10, 2010
One Utz driver on his delivery route spotted a drunk driver taking out mail boxes and reported him to 911, before he killed someone. Yes, you only hear what someone want's to report.
prayful

Gettysburg, PA

#70 Dec 10, 2010
Statement wrote:
<quoted text>You might be driving to close, the fumes might help you be nicer at work. I have only found the driver's of these vehicles to be good. If you have a concern take down the truck number and call Utz's office. This is the same for any truck on the road.
Then i would say you are tail gateing,as i say if you need to be some where, Leave early.Don't take chances with your life or someone else'.Do you have any idea, if a truck would lose a cap off a tire, and you were following close? It would come thru your windsheid.
PBJ

Hanover, PA

#71 Dec 10, 2010
It used to be really bad when the drivers actually did their paperwork while driving back to the plant. Talk about distracted drivers!!! I think now their computers lock up when the truck is going over 5 mpg. Thank God for that...how many lives may have been saved since that went into effect.
Chipper

Hanover, PA

#72 Dec 11, 2010
I always found Utz Drivers in general to be very good

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