A Susquehanna County man is reported to have had a lot of things going against him a few days ago including suffering injuries after crashing a vehicle while allegedly trying to outrun authorities.

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Pennsylvania State Police say a Hallstead man suffered what were believed to be minor injuries when he was partially ejected from a vehicle that crashed on Harmony Road late last month.

Troopers say 42-year-old Craig Anderson was fleeing police shortly before 4 p-m May 28 when he lost control of a Ford Escort ZX2 on a slight bend on the roadway. Officers say Anderson was not wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected.

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His passenger, 37-year-old Amanda Woodruff of Susquehanna was wearing a seat belt and was not hurt.

Investigators say Anderson is charged with Careless Driving.  The news release from the Gibson Barracks did not say why Anderson was fleeing police.

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