On 1/15/2020 at 0605 hrs., NCPD responded to 1661 S. Hanover St. (AKA US Route 100) on the report of a tractor trailer crash into a barn. Upon police arrival it was found that this was a two vehicle crash and that the tractor trailer had struck the barn after first striking another vehicle. Police investigation revealed that both units were traveling north on Route 100 (AKA S. Hanover St.) Unit #1, operated by Ameia Rackley, of Coatsville, was in front of unit #2, operated by John Boyd, of West Chester. In the area of 1661 S. Hanover St., unit #1 traveled into the center turn lane. As unit #2 attempted to pass unit #1, unit #1 turned back into the right lane in front of unit #2. Unit #2 then struck unit #1, and continued north/west across Route 100 and struck a stone barn coming to rest. Opr. #1 reported to losing control due to wet or icy roadway. The roadway was wet, but no ice could be located. It was noted that the front tires of unit #1 had heavily worn tread. Unit #1 sustained disabling passenger's side damage and was towed from the scene. Unit #2 sustained disabling front end damage and was towed from the scene. Opr. #1 was not injured. Opr. #2 sustained a laceration to his forehead and was transported from the scene by Goodwill Ambulance to the Pottstown Tower Health Hospital. Opr. #1 was found to operating unit #1 while her driver's license was suspended (DUI related). Opr. #1 was cited for PMVC 3309 driving on roadways laned for traffic and PMVC 1549(b) driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked (DUI related). NCPD was assisted by Norco Fire Rescue and Norco Fire Police. Route 100 was closed for approximately 3 hrs.