A person was struck and killed by a freight train on Main and 6th Street in Darby, though investigators are as of yet uncertain how the person wound up in the path of the train. The incident is still under investigation and not many details have been released.
Lawrence Truly was driving on Shady Avenue in Squirrel Hill when his vehicle left the roadway. His vehicle struck a tree head-on and he died. Investigators believe he may have suffered a medical problem before the crash.
Just after 2:00am, a woman driving on Roosevelt Boulevard lost control and hit a tree in the median, which caused her car to combust. Bystanders attempted to rescue the woman, but could not because of the flames, and she was pronounced dead at the scene when medics arrived.
At around 10:07am, Shaffer was driving her SUV on an icy section of Route 422 and lost control. Her car turned sideways, crossed into the oncoming lane, and collided with a semi-truck head-on. She was later pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
A car and a semi collided at Route 100 and Schoeneck Road in Lower Macungie Township Wedesday night, killing Sally Romano, 53, of Macungie. The accident was reported during a light snowfall at 7:30 p.m.
On Tuesday afternoon, Crystal Schaller, 17, was driving on Mountain Road in Washington Township, Lehigh County when her vehicle hit a cement structure, then spun around before shearing a utility pole and finally rolling over.
Priscilla Robinson, the woman injured in a multi-vehicle accident that included a police car Monday afternoon near Monroeville Mall, has died from her injuries. The accident was reported at the intersection of William Penn Highway and Mall Boulevard.
Early Sunday morning, Michael and Robert Szumachowski were working on a truck on the 4000 block of North Rohrbaugh Road when the truck fell on them, killing both brothers. The deaths have been ruled accidental, according to the coroner.
Two people have died after a two-vehicle collision that happened just before 11 a.m. Friday in Perry County. A pickup truck driven by Paul Linard Junior of Maytown, crossed the center line and crashed into a pickup truck driven by Elaine S.
Ke’asya Gray of Coatesville was walking west in the 3900 block of the Lincoln Highway at around 10:55 p.m. when she was struck from behind by a westbound vehicle that fled the scene, says the Caln Police Department.
Jesse Benson was on his way to school when the pickup he was driving crashed into another car on Route 21 in Graysville, killing the 18-year-old. Police say Benson was traveling to West Greene Middle and High School at around 7:50 a.m.
A Bedford County teenager, Jonah Kindya, 16, died in a train collision Sunday night. His mother said he was driving for a friend’s house near his Hyndman home Sunday evening. A friend, Nic Smith, set up a fundraising account to help his family with funeral costs.
A pregnant woman, Jodie Guthrie, was walking in the parking lot of a Rite Aid in the 800 block of Pennsylvania Avenue when she was struck by a vehicle driven by an 88-year-old man, who reportedly hit the gas instead of the brake.
A 20-year-old Oxford man died Tuesday night after he was hit by a pickup truck while walking on Route 272 in West Nottingham. Jacob Elijah Faust was wearing dark colored clothing and walking in the middle of the road when he was struck by a Dodge Ram pickup around 10:30 p.m.
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 young woman who was killed Sunday in an SUV accident in Washington County has been identified as Myriam M. Hamby, 22, of Washington. She was riding alone in a sport utility vehicle on Lone Pine-Marianna Road in West Bethlehem around 7:25 p.m.
A New York couple died in a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 80 in central Pennsylvania Saturday. Joann and Frank Brodzik's Volvo was crushed between a tractor trailer and a truck near the Centre-Clinton county line.