Police Investigate Fiery Central Pennsylvania Crash In Northumberland County
Posted On Behalf of Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers on Aug 27, 2013 in News
Posted on Aug 27, 2013
Two people died Monday when the pickup in which they were riding crashed on a rural road, flipped onto its roof and burned. The victims were traveling east on Rushtown Road in a 1991 Dodge Ram 2500 shortly before 11 a.m. when they lost control while rounding a left curve, drove off the road and struck an embankment and a tree, according to Cpl. George Ritchey, state police at Stonington.
The crash occurred about 3/10 of a mile east of Bella's Hollow Road - north of Snydertown Road, about five miles west of Elysburg.
An investigation continues.
If you have any information on the Central Pennsylvania car accident contact the Pennsylvania State Police in Stonington,
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