47-Year-Old Woman Killed in Westmoreland County Car Crash
State police say a three-vehicle car crash resulted in the death of a Salem resident
The crash reportedly took place south of Forbes road on Route 819 around 1:30 PM. The victim has been identified as a 47-year-old Salem resident. According to local authorities, she was driving an SUV when she crossed the centerline of the road and was struck by an oncoming truck.
Police state that she was reported dead at the scene. No other deaths or injuries were reported.
According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, over 37,000 people die in crashes on the road each year with an additional 2.3 million people who are injured or even disabled in these accidents. Most of these accidents could easily be avoided; when they’re not, the results can be devastating.
Serious car accidents can lead to expensive medical bills, doctors visit, extensive hospital stays, costly physical and emotional therapy and more. Even the most basic accident can leave a family in a rough financial spot that can be near impossible to escape.
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