Emergency crews responded to a crash involving an overturned car on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Friday morning that injured three people.
According to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission spokeswoman Renee Colburn, the crash happened about a mile from the Cranberry interchange.
Colburn said three people were in the eastbound car when it overturned at about 10:49 a.m.
The Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company reported on the its Facebook page that the car rolled down an embankment.
"Crews worked tirelessly to remove all patients from the vehicle," the company's status said.
Two people were transported by medical helicopters to area hospitals, Coleburn said.
One person was taken to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, she said. The other person was flown to an unknown hospital.
The third person was taken by ambulance to AGH, she said.
Details on the cause of the crash and the conditions of those injured were not immediately available, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
The right travel lane reopened at about 1 p.m. after being shut down for about an hour, according to the Turnpike.
"All lanes are reopened now and traffic is back to normal," Colburn said.
State police at Gibsonia continue to investigate the crash. Firefighters from Marshall and Zelienople assisted the Cranberry department at the scene.