• December 27, 2022

Mariana Llivipuma, Nubia Llivipuma Killed in Truck Accident in Lancaster County, PA

UPDATE (January 3, 2023): Recent details indicate that the truck driver involved in the crash is facing charges for homicide by vehicle and homicide by vehicle while DUI. Other charges are pending, as well, and the incident remains under investigation.

Lancaster County, PA -- December 23, 2022, Mariana Llivipuma and Nubia Llivipuma were killed due to an alleged DUI truck accident.

It was stated in news sources that the crash happened at around 9:30 p.m. near the 291 mile marker on westbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Details suggest that Mariana Llivipuma and Nubia Llivipuma were occupants of a vehicle traveling westbound. Police believe that a tractor-trailer driver may have been driving under the influence when the semi went the wrong way and hit the Llivipumas' vehicle head-on.

Mariana Llivipuma, Nubia Llivipuma Killed in Truck Accident in Lancaster County, PA

Details say that Mariana Llivipuma and Nubia Llivipuma sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. A man was injured, but no names or conditions were given. There were statements saying that the tractor-trailer driver also attempted to leave the scene. Right now, these details are unconfirmed and still under investigation. Charges are pending further details.

I certainly can't confirm anything beyond what's been reported in the news, but to say these details are concerning would be an understatement. The idea of an impaired driver is bad enough, but one behind the wheel of a commercial truck is even more alarming. That brings up not only questions of that driver's actions but the possibility there is an employer involved allowing impaired drivers to work for them. Was this a known issue a company ignored? Did they fail to properly supervise drivers, causing them to overlook issues which should have been obvious and preventable? Are there other drivers out there putting others at risk due to such oversights? Not only is there likely a family out there in search of answers, but those answers could even be vital for the safety of the public as a whole.


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