Perry County Route 274 Accident Kills 2 Local Residents
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Dec 08, 2014 in News
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
State police have identified the victims of a deadly crash last Friday morning. The crash happened just before 11 a.m. on the 4900 block of Route 274, also known as Sherman's Valley Road, in Northeast Madison Township, Perry County. According to reports, two pick-up trucks collided head-on after one crossed into the path of the other.
The drivers were identified as 86 year old Paul Linard, Jr.of Maytown, and 54 year old Elaine S. Berringer of New Bloomfield.
The crash is still under investigation, so if you have any information which may help with the investigation please contact the Pennsylvania State Police.
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