Jack R. Nicholson and Meghan Keeney killed in multi-vehicle crash on West Orange Street in Lititz, Pennsylvania

Modified Date: 
Tue, 01/28/2020 - 2:55pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, October 26, 2018

Update: Student killed in crash near Warwick High School identified

According to Brett Hambright, a spokesman with the Lancaster District Attorney's Office, a 63-year-old woman was driving recklessly for several minutes before causing the crash involving seven other cars on the 200 block of West Orange Street. 

Update: Second student dies following Friday afternoon crash in Lancaster County

Anyone with information about the crashes is asked to contact Northern Lancaster County Regional police at 717-733-0965 or Lititz Borough police at 717-626-6393.

Woman ordered to stand trial in connection with crash that killed two Warwick students

Slaymaker-Walker remains under house arrest. A formal arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 22.

One year since a crash that killed two Warwick High School students.

Police say Debra Slaymaker-Walker was driving at least 73-miles an hour by the school when she crashed into multiple cars killing students Meghan Keeney and Jack Nicholson.

Lawyers: Woman suffered seizure before crash deaths of 2 Warwick students

Debra S. Slaymaker-Walker “was not aware of, and not in control of her actions because she suffered from a seizure,” public defender Christopher Tallarico and assistant public defender Rian Thompson wrote in their petition to Judge Donald Totaro.

Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Jack R. Nicholson
Meghan Keeney
Debra Slaymaker-Walker
Lititz, PA

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