West Hills, PA — There was a fatal accident along Brady Road in West Hills this past Tuesday afternoon (February 11) that left Adrian resident Larry Montgomery dead. Police said that 28-year old Montgomery was killed on Tuesday at about 3:30 p.m. after his car was in a wreck with a tow truck, which caused him to lose control.
Montgomery was headed along Brady Road that afternoon when he lost control near Pine Street, police said, and swiped the side of a tow truck. The collision sent Montgomery’s car off Brady Road and it skidded into a nearby pole, which killed him immediately.
The accident didn’t injure the two truck driver, identified as Chicora resident Robert Rumbaugh, 50. It’s not clear what caused Montgomery to lose control, but state police said they’d investigate some more.
Scene of the Accident
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