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4 VISITORS TO AREA INJURED WHEN VEHICLE ROLLS OVER

Four persons were injured at 3:55 p.m. Monday when a sport utility vehicle went out of control and rolled over three times on the southbound Niagara Expressway about 50 feet north of the Witmer Road exit, Trooper Michael Woods reported.

The driver, Harris Malkovsky, 50, of Allentown, Pa., told Woods he swerved to avoid some debris in his lane, and drove onto the grassy median. When he returned to the pavement, he lost control.

The vehicle struck the rear of a car driven by Jonathan L. Reigle, 46, of Shamokin, Pa., and overturned.

Three of the four occupants had to be extricated from the wrecked vehicle. Malkovsky, his wife Phyllis, 47, and a passenger, Lawrence Greenburg, 49, of Pennsylvania, were released after treatment in Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.

Greenburg's wife Barbara, 49, was admitted to the medical center in stable condition.

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