Stewartstown Collision Kills a Man and Injures One Woman (October 24, 2017) A two car accident has caused tragedy for two Pennsylvania families as a Stewartstown collision kills a man and injures one woman.
A report from EIN NewsDesk indicated that police on the scene did not yet have much in the way of details but were able to determine that the collision was head-on and both drivers were reported to be injured at the scene. A vehicle driven by Forest See, 76 years old from Shrewsbury is believed to have left his lane on Orwig Road, traveled directly into oncoming traffic where his vehicle struck the vehicle of woman, who’s name has not been released. She is reported to be 75 years old.
Both Mr. See and the woman were transported to York Hospital where Mr. See was pronounced dead. The woman remains under hospital care with injuries described as serious.
Police are continuing the study the accident and no cause or responsibility has yet been determined.
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