Posted on Mar 30, 2015
The York Dispatch is reporting today about an ongoing investigation into a motorcycle accident which resulted in a fatality this past Saturday night. According to reports, an Adams County man was killed Saturday night after his motorcycle crashed into a car in Heidelberg Township.
>Brandon Gebhart, 23, of Littlestown died from blunt force trauma to the head at the scene of the two-vehicle crash in the 3400 block of Hoff Road, according to the York County Coroner’s Office. The crash, which occurred about 9:45 p.m., was ruled an accident. Riding in the car were Lawrence Mummert of Spring Grove, Joshua Littrell of Hampstead, Maryland., and the driver, Keith Bosley of Hampstead, Maryland, were all taken to York Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to a release from Southwestern Regional Police.
Police said Gebhart failed to negotiate a turn while traveling west on Hoff Road, and he crashed into the side of the car the three men were in.
No autopsy will be performed on Gebhart. Southwestern Regional Police continue to investigate.
Anyone with information should call 717-225-1333.
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