A bicyclist was traveling eastbound when he was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of New Holland Avenue and Pleasure Road. He was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. His identity and the identity of the driver have not yet been released.
A 16-year-old male was driving a Mustang, and lost control of the vehicle while turning onto East Chestnut Street. The Mustang veered onto the sidewalk and struck an 11-year-old boy, who was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. The vehicle stopped when it struck the back of a nearby residence. Authorities are still investigating this accident.
A Middletown man was killed when his vehicle went off the side of Ohio 63 and crashed into a tree. Tommy Christopher David, 44, was driving west when he lost control of a 1999 Chrysler Cirrus he was operating on Ohio 63 just east of Heritage Green Drive. David’s vehicle went off the right side of the road and down a hill, and then hit a fence and then a tree. He was pronounced deceased at the scene. The initial investigation indicates speed was a contributing factor in the crash.
At about 4:45pm, a pickup truck was waiting to make a turn when another pickup truck struck it from behind, which propelled it into the oncoming lane where it collided with a third vehicle head-on. Five people were hospitalized as a result, though none had life-threatening injuries. We will update this accident as more information is released.
An unsecrued mattress fell from a trailer, causing Allen Dozier to swerve and crash into a concrete median. Four of the five people in his car were injured and transported to a medical center in Hershey. Two of the people injured were children. The driver that caused the accident, 49-year-old Douglas Campbell, turned himself into police Monday.
Four people, all believed to be from the same family, died after a three-vehicle crash Monday afternoon in Lower Chanceford Township, York County. Emmanuel Esh, 73, and his brother, 66-year-old Melvin Esh, died at the scene of the crash at the intersection of Holtwood Road and Flaherty Road. Elizabeth Esh, 22, of Brogue, died at York Hospital early Tuesday and the baby she was carrying, a boy, was stillborn at the hospital Monday evening.
Fredric Fogle II was driving on Mountain Lake Road when the vehicle in front of him slowed down to make a left turn. Fogle attempted to pass but instead collided with the vehicle. A passenger in the vehicle he hit, 59-year-old Pauline Sheehan, suffered a head injury in the crash. Fogle was charged with DWI as well as assault by auto and other traffic charges.
A Toyota Camry and a Chevrolet Tahoe collided on Nyes Road, killing one and seriously injuring two. The driver of the Camry, Quang Minh Dang, and the front seat passenger, Thao Thiphuong Nguyen, were both seriously injured in the crash. Van Bich Thi Nguyen was riding in the backseat of the Camry, and he died at the scene of the accident. The driver of the Tahoe, 38-year-old John Matthew Poyer, suffered injuries deemed less serious. All those injured in the crash were transported to a medical center in Hershey for treatment.
Norman W. Keyser, 72, has died after a single vehicle accident when his vehicle rolled over as he was driving west on Big Spring Road about 7 p.m. in the 300 block of the road in Newville. State police are investigating the incident, according to the release.
Norman Keyser, 72, of Newville, died Wednesday evening following a rollover crash on Big Spring Road in Newville, Pennsylvania in Cumberland County. The accident happened around 7:00 p.m. on October 22 when Keyser lost control of his car, causing it to roll.