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Head-on Car Crash Kills Woman 

Head-on Car Crash Kills Woman

An accident occurred early Saturday morning, November 4th, leaving a 21-year-old Allentown woman dead.  Lizaida Antonetty was in the passenger seat when her vehicle collided, head-on with another automobile.  The accident occurred in the 300 block of Hamilton Street just after 2 o’clock in the morning.  According to the Lehigh County coroner’s office, Ms. Antonetty was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. An autopsy has been scheduled for Monday to determine the exact cause of her death.

According to a report from online source Accidents in, Allentown police Captain James Keiser said that Ms. Antonetty was traveling westbound on Hamilton Street with 20-year-old Fernando Hernandez of Allentown, the driver of the car. Their car collided, head-on, with a car driven by Michael Veliz, 22, also of Allentown.

Captain Keiser said Hernandez and Veliz had minor injuries but they were not described in detail.  Apparently, police arrived at the crash scene on the bridge over the Jordan Creek shortly after the accident happened and before anyone had called emergency responders for help.

Police are investigating the cause of the accident with the assistance of the Lehigh County district attorney’s office.

If you or a loved one has been involved in an auto accident, you have our deepest sympathy.  Let us help you with the concerns you are certain to have and assist you by ensuring your rights are fully protected.  Please contact us at Edelstein, Martin & Nelson so that we can help you navigate through this difficult time.

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