Six men fled from a van that caused a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning on Cape Horn Road on the border of York and Windsor townships, but responding officers caught two of them.
Both men are illegal aliens and have been turned over to federal immigration officials, according to York Area Regional Police.
The driver of the Strathmeyer Forests Inc. van is still being sought, Sgt. Jeffrey Dunbar said, and is facing charges for causing the 8 a.m. crash near the corner of Starlight Drive. The men in custody gave police the driver's name, Dunbar said.
The driver of the passenger car, 22-year-old Lindsey Green of Red Lion, was taken to York Hospital by ambulance. She was treated and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Green had to be extricated from her car by Yoe firefighters, Dunbar said.
The men work for Strathmeyer Forests, a tree company in Warrington Township, police said.
Fred Strathmeyer, vice president for sales of The Strathmeyer Companies, said in a written statement that Strathmeyer Forests takes "very seriously" its responsibility to hire legal workers and regularly works with federal and state authorities.
"When people apply to work with us, we check their authorization to work in accordance with the applicable laws," he wrote. "We followed those laws when we hired the workers who appear to have been involved in the accident. We had, and still have, no reason to believe that they are not allowed to work legally in the United States.