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Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • Two killed in fiery head on in Buckingham Township

    Neighbors of a fiery car accident scene, and other good Samaritans, approached two vehicles that were involved in a head-on crash in Buckingham Township, Pennsylvania, on Friday morning. One man, who lives across the street from the accident scene, rushed outside. He says that flames were already jumping 30 feet into the air. A 30-year-old Hatfield woman and a 50-year-old Jamison resident were ...
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  • Bus involved in intersection accident lands on car in Hampton Twp

    Last week we discussed that people use our roads in different ways. Many people each year are injured or killed in accidents where the victim seemingly never should have been involved in the accident. Last week’s story involved a jogger struck by a car that had crossed over through the oncoming lane to strike the jogger on the shoulder. Few people would expect to have to dodge a car that should be ...
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  • Jogger killed along Route 873 in Lehigh County

    When a person is injured or killed in an accident, families often have many questions about what happened. A recent accident near Slatington, Pennsylvania, may underscore how details may seem elusive after an accident occurs. A 47-year-old woman apparently was out for a jog on Wednesday morning when she was hit by a vehicle. Authorities say that the North Whitehall Township woman was running on ...
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  • Police: Alcohol may have been involved in Penn Township wreck

    Two people suffered injuries and one woman was killed in a single vehicle accident Saturday in Penn Township. Police believe that a Carlisle, Pennsylvania, man lost control of his car on a curve shortly after 11:30 Saturday night. The car slammed into a tree on the passenger side of the vehicle. Two women were riding as passengers; one in the front and one in the back. The woman riding in the back ...
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