By Jean A. Flanagan
It’s happened so often, Margaret Orndorff has lost count. “This is number five,” she said.
But it’s actually been six.
On Tuesday evening around 7:30 p.m., just as the freezing rain began to fall, the driver of an 18-wheeler lost control. The vehicle flipped on its side and slid into Orndorff’s yard, nearly crashing through her front door.
Orndorff lives on the corner of old Route 55/259 at the north end of Corridor H. This is the sixth time a truck has landed in her yard since the highway opened. “I haven’t had a