Police Say: Central Ohio, Pennsylvania Crash, 5 Persons Including Infant, killed, Learn More

FARMINGTON, Pa. – An accident that took place on Tuesday in Pennsylvania resulted in the deaths of five people, including an infant, who were from the Delaware, Ohio region. The authorities have stated that the incident was caused by a collision. It was approximately two o’clock in the afternoon when a tractor-trailer and two vehicles were engaged in a collision that took place on Route 40 in Wharton Township, Farmington, according to the information that was provided by county 911. The officials indicate that all five of the victims who were slain at the scene were in the same vehicle at the time of their deaths. Two people who were in the second vehicle and the driver of the truck both sustained minor injuries. The truck driver was also injured.

On Thursday, the coroner posted a post on Facebook in which he identified the victims as Harold Nibert, who was 55 years old, Bradley Thivener, who was 47 years old, Krystal May, who was 36 years old, Amanda Dawson, who was 33 years old, and Kullen Dawson, who was 7 months old. All of the victims were identified as being from the same family. Nibert was driving his black Honda Accord in the direction of eastbound traffic when it over the double-yellow line and collided head-on with the driver of the tractor-trailer, as stated by the coroner. There was no further information available.

According to Trooper Kalee Barnhart of the Pennsylvania State Police, detectives are currently giving their full attention to the task of determining the reason for the crash. As a result of the collision, Route 40 was shut down in both directions between the intersection of Route 381 and Dinner Bell 5 Forks Road and Dinner Bell Ohiopyle Road, as stated by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation at the time of the incident. Intersections of these two roads were the locations where this shutdown took place. The doors were reopened at approximately seven o’clock. “This is a very dangerous road,” said Stacy Kenes, a local resident who was there at the crash that took place on Tuesday. “I should have known better.”

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