• January 12, 2017

Two Killed, Christopher Francisko & Randall Norris Hurt in Truck Accident on Interstate 80 in Marion Twp., PA

Marion Township, PA -- An incident involving multiple tractor-trailers claimed the life of two unidentified people and left Christopher Francisko and Randall Norris with injuries Wednesday, January 12, 2017.

The investigation shows two-tractor trailers collided, causing a chain-reaction crash, killing two of the drivers of the semi-trucks. The report claims the incident occurred about 12:45 a.m. on Interstate 80. As far as officials know, a semi-truck careened off the roadway, which precipitated a second truck stopping on the interstate. The stopped truck reportedly lead to a chain-reaction crash that included three more big rigs. One of the trucks was reportedly set ablaze in the incident. A large portion of the interstate remained closed for several hours following the incident.

Two occupants of the trucks involved in the collision, Mr. Francisko and Mr. Norris, were left with injuries.

Officials are currently examining the details regarding the incident and hope to learn more as the investigation concludes.

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

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