Washington Township, PA – Brook Moyle Killed on Rt 66LawPaWriter
Washington Township, PA (November 21, 2020) – One person was killed during a collision between two vehicles in the 3900 block of Route 66 in Washington Township.
According to the coroner for Westmoreland County, at about 7:30 a.m., Brook Moyle, 20, a resident of Allegheny Township, died during a car crash on the morning of Thursday, November 19th.
The coroner reported that Moyle was traveling northbound along Route 66 when she and an oncoming 2019 Jeep Cherokee collided head-first into one another.
Moyle was pronounced dead at the scene. There has been no word on the medical condition of the other driver.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim, Brook Moyle, at this time.
Fatal Accidents in Washington Township
Automobile accidents occur daily throughout the state of Pennsylvania. On an average day, an estimated 220 traffic accidents take place. The majority of which cause their victims to endure severe injuries and even fatalities. The most common injuries sustained during car crashes are damage to the spinal cord, traumatic brain injuries, bleeding or ruptured internal organs, broken bones, third-degree burns, and more.
Pennsylvania car accidents send many victims to the hospital each year. On top of that, victims will typically miss out on time at work, which can have an enormous financial impact on their lives. Victims might wonder where they can turn, which is why they should speak with a Pennsylvania personal injury attorney in their time of need. Having an attorney by your side can help you as you gather evidence that you can use to prove your claim. They can also ensure that you meet all deadlines in your claim, which is why it is important to act quickly.
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