• May 02, 2017

1 Killed, 1 Hurt in Wallingford, PA, Truck Accident on Providence

Wallingford, PA -- May 1, 2017, one person was killed and another was injured following an accident in which their vehicle crashed with a box truck.

Authorities from the Delaware County Sheriff's Department responded to the accident scene. They say it happened in the afternoon hours at the intersection of Chester Road and South Providence Road.

Preliminary investigations indicated that a woman was driving a vehicle along Providence with an adult passenger. For reasons which are unclear, the vehicle failed to avoid a box truck in front of it, resulting in a rear-end collision.

The collision was severe enough that the driver suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. The passenger, who was riding in the back scene, was transported to a hospital. That person suffered a head injury, but it's unclear how severe the injury was.

At this time, the factors contributing to the accident are unclear. Police continue their investigations.

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