WEXFORD, Pa. — A woman who crashed her car into several parked vehicles at a Pittsburgh-area car dealership had to be freed from her overturned vehicle and has been taken to a hospital.

Police in Wexford didn’t immediately identify the woman who crashed about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday on Route 19, which is known locally as Perry Highway.

Police say she hit a utility pole and at least three cars at Baierl (BAY’-erl) Kia.

Police didn’t immediately say what caused the woman to crash. She was taken to a Pittsburgh hospital but expected to survive.

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