DUNCANSVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- Police say a Pennsylvania man picked up more than he bargained for at a yard sale.
Duncansville police Chief James Ott tells the Altoona Mirror that a small snake bit Donald Forshey on the leg Wednesday as he and his girlfriend were driving home from a yard sale.
Ott says the snake likely slithered into a milk crate containing items the couple had purchased.
The pair bailed out of the car on Interstate 99 and called 911. A state trooper was unable to help them find the snake, which Forshey tried to pin to the floor with a crutch he uses.
An ambulance was called as a precaution, but Forshey is OK.
Authorities believe it was either a garter snake or a copperhead that didn't inject any venom when it struck.