• November 20, 2023

Juliann O’Malley Killed in Truck Accident in Lancaster County, PA

Lancaster County, PA — November 16, 2023, Juliann O'Malley was killed in a truck accident just after 12:15 in the afternoon along U.S. 30.

According to authorities, Juliann O'Malley was traveling in an eastbound Chevy Monte Carlo on Lincoln Highway in the vicinity of Oak Hill Drive when the accident took place.

Juliann O'Malley Killed in Truck Accident in Lancaster County, PA

For unknown reasons, the Chevy veered right and off of the roadway before overcorrecting and entering the westbound lanes of Lincoln Highway, colliding with an oncoming 18-wheeler as a result. Juliann O'Malley had to be extracted from the wreckage upon arrival of emergency services. She was transported to a local hospital by EMS in order to receive immediate treatment of life-threatening injuries incurred during the accident. She later succumbed to her injuries, having been declared deceased at the hospital. No other injuries were reported in connection with this accident.

The incident is under investigation by local authorities. The weather and road conditions in the area at the time of the accident were not reported on. There are not currently any additional details available.

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