• February 08, 2017

Two Killed, Shone Santiago Injured in Pottsgrove, PA, Street Race Accident

Pottsgrove, PA -- February 4, 2017, two people were killed due to an accident where a street race on US Highway 422 led to a crash.

Montgomery County authorities were called to the accident scene just after 12:00 a.m. on the western edge of the city.

Their investigations claim that two vehicles became engaged in a street race down Us Highway 422. In doing so, a car lost control and ran through a guardrail. The vehicle went over the railing and down an embankment, overturning repeatedly in the process. The other vehicle, described as a black dodge Challenger, fled the scene.

Santiago, the driver of the wrecked car, sustained critical injuries and was airlifted to Reading Hospital. His two passengers, identities not released, died at the scene.

Authorities say the other driver is still missing. Their investigations are ongoing at this time.

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