Clifton Heights, PA — A two-car accident between a red car and a pickup truck with Greenslade General Contracting left one young man dead in Clifton Heights. The accident happened on Sunday night (January 12) at about 9:30 p.m. and the male’s name was released as Dante DeSimone.
The details from the accident report are not being released right now, but ABC News indicated that DeSimone was walking along Baltimore Pike near Saxer Avenue with another young man that night when the accident happened.
A red sedan and the Greenslade General Contracting pickup truck were both involved in the accident, but police aren’t saying what exactly happened. They confirmed that DeSimone was killed at the scene and that the other young man was taken to a hospital with critical injuries.
DeSimone had graduated in 2013 from Upper Darby High School, but the second young man was still enrolled as a student there.
Scene of the Accident
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