The Berks driver is in good condition after a rollover accident

The man was seriously injured when he was thrown during a rollover accident in Central Township, was in good condition at Reading Hospital.

26-year-old Gavin L. Peters of Reading suffered multiple injuries early Saturday in the 1700 Rake Road quarter.

A passer-by was involved in the accident, the crew was sent around 12:20 due to an accident with injuries and a catapult.

Crews arrived, found a man on the road and confirmed that he had been abandoned. According to the Ministry of Emergencies, the vehicle was on wheels, smoking.

State police said Peters was driving south too fast for conditions when he lost control of the curve.

According to the military, Peters ’car crossed the lane heading north, crashed into an embankment, drove about 200 feet, hitting a stump.

The waterfront became steeper, and the car rolled two or three times on Rake Road, throwing Peters out of the driver’s side window onto the sidewalk, police said.

According to the military, the car stopped 300 feet from the starting point of the impact.

Peters was not wearing a seat belt, the military added.

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