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Drunk driving accident kills 2 in Pennsylvania

A 25-year-old man stands accused of vehicular homicide after a fatal accident in Exton, according to local sources. Pennsylvania police are calling the incident a drunk driving accident, which claimed the lives of two local teenagers. The man is currently being held against a $75,000 bond in advance of a criminal trial. 

Car accident kills 1 in Pennsylvania

A crash that involved five vehicles including a school bus has left one person dead and several others injured on Route 30. Pennsylvania authorities responded to the large car accident that closed the route for several hours on Feb. 11. While an investigation into the cause of the crash is still underway, witness testimony has suggested that one driver involved may have been driving recklessly. 

4 injured in Pennsylvania car accident

Four people are in the hospital following a two-car crash in Middleton Township on Feb. 4, according to reports from local news agencies. The car accident that Pennsylvania State Police responded to before 8 a.m. is still being investigated by authorities. However, one of the two drivers involved has been cited with failing to yield. 

Woman, 19, dead following Pennsylvania car accident

Police are still in the process of determining what caused a fatal car crash on the evening of Jan. 12. Pennsylvania authorities believe icy roads may have played a role in the car accident that claimed the life of a 19-year-old woman who was a passenger in the vehicle. So far, police have not filed charges against the driver, who survived the crash. 

Law enforcement officer causes car accident; 2 injured

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4 teens dead following serious car accident in Pennsylvania

Local law enforcement believes that speed may have been a factor in a horrifying crash that killed four teenagers the night of Dec. 19. Pennsylvania police and emergency services responded to the tragic car accident that apparently involved two vehicles. Two further individuals were also injured in the crash, which is still under investigation at this time. 

Pennsylvania police officer dies in car accident

A state is in mourning following the tragic death of a police officer on Dec. 12. The Pennsylvania officer, who had previously been a member of the United States military, died at the scene of a car accident on his way to respond to a call. Authorities have not charged the other driver involved in the accident at this time. 

1 dead following car accident in Pennsylvania

A Pittsburgh man has died following a serious car wreck in Elk County, local police have reported. Pennsylvania police are considering charges against the driver involved in the car accident, who is suspected of having been driving under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. The investigation is still underway as of this report. 

Car accident injures jogger in Pennsylvania

Nov. 14 was a day of tragedy when a car struck a jogger in Ardmore, according to local sources. The car accident, which is still being investigated by Pennsylvania authorities, sent an unidentified woman to a local hospital with serious injuries. There has been no word yet as to whether police intend to press charges against the driver. 

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