MILROY - A Hawaii man drove head-on into a traffic attenuator around 3 p.m. Tuesday on U.S. 322 in Armagh Township because he was daydreaming, Mifflin County Regional Police Department reports.
Police said Timothy S. Gruver, 32, Honolulu, was traveling east on U.S. 322 in the area of the Seven Mountains in his 2012 Chevrolet Malibu.
According to the report, Gruver was traveling around 60 mph when he struck a traffic attenuator located at an emergency crossover on the highway.
Police said the Malibu suffered severe front end damage after it spun and traveled approximately 150 feet, coming to rest in the right lane.
Police said Gruver was transported from the scene to Lewistown Hospital emergency room by Milroy EMS.
A nursing supervisor at Lewistown Hospital said Gruver was not there as of Tuesday night.
According to the report, Gruver was wearing his seatbelt and an airbag deployed, reducing his risk of more severe injury. Police said U.S. 322 was closed for approximately half an hour while emergency crews removed debris from the scene.
Police said Gruver was cited for careless driving.
MCRPD was assisted at the scene by Milroy Fire Co., Milroy EMS and Reedsville Fire Co.