• January 11, 2017

One Killed in Accident on Horseshoe Pike in Chester County, PA

Chester County, PA -- A two-vehicle collision claimed the life of an unidentified man in his 50's on Horseshoe Pike Wednesday, January 11, 2017.

It looks like a Toyota Tacoma containing the deceased victim was eastbound on Horseshoe Pike about 6:24 when the incident happened. The truck reportedly made contact with a second vehicle, sending his pickup careening out of control. The pickup reportedly crashed into a tree, killing the man. The driver of the second vehicle was uninjured, according to police.

Authorities are currently conducting the investigation into the incident.

The report claims the conditions of the road were icy at the time of the collision.

The preliminary press release provided no further information at the time of its release.

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