• February 14, 2020

John McElwee Killed in Car Accident in Luzerne County, PA

Luzerne County, PA Investigators from the Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that John McElwee was the man that was killed in a car accident that happened in Luzerne County, PA on February 14th, 2020.

According to multiple agencies, McElwee was killed when he was struck by a passing vehicle while he was walking along or trying to cross the lanes of traffic on Route 11 near Shickshinny Road, and that he succumbed to major trauma injuries following the accident. Investigators hope to release the findings of their investigation at a later date.

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Juan Guerra Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Laredo, TX

Laredo, TX -- February 16, 2020 A motorcycle accident killed Juan Guerra in Laredo Saturday evening. The Laredo Police Department said Guerra, traveling on a motorcycle, struck a car at the intersection of Saunders and Bartlett Avenue. The impact threw Guerra off his bike, and he died at the scene. Police stated that he was...

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1 Injured in Tractor-Trailer Accident on Interstate 40 in Roane County, TN

Roane County, TN -- February 16, 2020 A tractor-trailer accident harmed one person on Interstate 40 at the 343 mile marker. Troopers of the Tennessee Highway Patrol said the driver of a tractor-trailer lost control and veered off the side of the road. The truck then crashed in the woods and caught fire. Lifestar EMS...

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