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I - 080
LAST UPDATED: 11/07/2021 04:48:58 pm
COUNTY: Clearfield County
MUNICIPALITY: PINE TOWNSHIP
DESCRIPTION: Multi vehicle crash on I-80 eastbound 1.5 miles east of Exit 111: PA 153 - CLEARFIELD. There is a lane restriction. (Watching on camera the the Jackasses(pardon) that don't move over even when emergency vehicles on scene.)
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Guest oldasdirt
13 hours ago, mr.d said:
I - 080
LAST UPDATED: 11/07/2021 04:48:58 pm
COUNTY: Clearfield County
MUNICIPALITY: PINE TOWNSHIP
DESCRIPTION: Multi vehicle crash on I-80 eastbound 1.5 miles east of Exit 111: PA 153 - CLEARFIELD. There is a lane restriction. (Watching on camera the the Jackasses(pardon) that don't move over even when emergency vehicles on scene.)

i thought they made that a punishable offense!

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CHANGES TO PA'S "MOVE OVER LAW" TAKE EFFECT ON APRIL 27. 2021 JANUARY 15, 2021 Act 105 of 2020 is updating Pennsylvania's Steer Clear Law, renaming it the Move Over Law and making some changes. The new law will be effective on April 27, 2021. Pennsylvania’s Move Over Law requires drivers approaching an emergency response area who are unable to safely merge into a lane further away from the response area to slow to at least 20 mph less than the posted speed limit. An emergency response area is where an emergency vehicle has its lights flashing, or where road crews or emergency responders have lighted flares, posted signs, or try to warn travelers. The law -  Act 105 of 2020, signed on October 29, 2020 and effective 180 days later on April 27, 2021: Creates a new point system that imposes two points for failure to merge into the lane not next to the emergency response area. Sets fines at $500 for first-time offenders, $1,000 for a second offense, and $2,000 for a third or subsequent offense. Requires a 90-day license suspension for a third or subsequent offense. The license suspension also applies to incidents that seriously injure or kill another person. The suspension is six months if the person injured or killed is an emergency service provider or was near a disabled vehicle. Sets additional fines of up to $10,000 for violators who injure or kill an emergency service responder or a person in or near a disabled vehicle. Doubled fines for several traffic violations when committed in an emergency response area when first responders are present. A similar law (Title 75, Section 4572.2) requires motorists to move over or slow down when approaching a stationary trash or recycling truck. Learn more by clicking here. Source:  Lititz Borough Police Department

Sourced via CRIMEWATCH®: https://lancaster.crimewatchpa.com/lititzpd/11450/post/changes-pas-move-over-law-take-effect-april-27-2021

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