Monday, December 3, 2012
Christopher Detweiler, 42, of Morris Road, was flown to Hahnemann Hospital for treatment, but succumbed to injuries in the accident Friday afternoon
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Monday, December 3, 2012
Update Monday, Dec. 3 Lower Salford Police have identified the driver killed in an accident in Harleysville Friday afternoon as Christopher Detweiler, 42, of the 100 block of Morris Road, Lower Salford. Earlier Story A Harleysville resident died as a result of a one-car crash on Quarry Road near Stover Road Friday afternoon. According to Breaking News Network, one person was trapped in a vehicle. A driver was rescued from a vehicle, and flown by Mid-Atlantic MedEvac 3, according to BNN. According to The Reporter, the driver was flown to Hahnemann Hospital, but did not survive injuries sustained from the crash. The driver was north on the 500 block of Quarry Road around 4:30 p.m., when the vehicle crossed into the other lane and hit a tree…
Thursday, September 27, 2012
A three-car collision occurred Thursday morning at Bethlehem Pike and Advance Lane in Hatfield Township. One man was pronounced dead at the scene and a second driver was airlifted for medical treatment.
UPDATE 10:45 P.M. Dr. Walter Hofman, coroner of Montgomery County, has identified the victim in the Thursday morning crash as Nathaniel Rocque, 25, of Quakertown. UPDATE THURSDAY 2 P.M. The male driver of a red Toyota Corolla died at the scene of an accident Thursday morning at Bethlehem Pike and Advance Lane in Hatfield. According to Dan Sokil of The Reporter, the driver was northbound on Bethlehem Pike/Route 309 and drifted into the inside southbound lane. The car was hit head-on by a silver Subaru Forester that was southbound on 309, according to the article. The female driver of the Forester was removed by firefighters from Hatfield, Hilltown and Colmar fire companies, along with Volunteer Medical Service Corps of Lansdale, according …
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
A three-car collision on Friday afternoon claimed the lives of two Hereford residents.
A three-car collision at the intersection of Route 29 and Palm Hill Road in Upper Hanover has claimed the lives of two Hereford residents, after their vehicle was struck and forced into oncoming traffic on Friday afternoon. According to a report from the Pennsylvania State Police, Theodore Hiriak, 73, and Mary Ann Hiriak, 69, were transported to Lehigh Valley Hospital following the accident, but they were pronounced deceased shortly after their arrival. Both victims were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the collision. The report states that on Friday, July 20, at 12:46 p.m., a grey Jeep Cherokee, driven by 18-year-old William Ludlow, of East Greenville, was traveling northbound on Route 29 when the vehicle attempted to make a left …