• May 22, 2017

Jeremy Marquette Killed in Montgomery County, PA Accident

Montgomery County, PA -- A single-vehicle semi-truck crash left 44-year-old Jeremy Marquette dead Thursday, May 18, 2017 in Montgomery County, PA.

The incident happened in the vicinity of 500 South Park Avenue around 2:55 a.m.

According to the details of the preliminary press release, the victim's truck was traveling along South Park Avenue when it collided with a pole. The truck then flipped over, killing the victim at the scene of the incident. The collision spilled a great amount of the truck's payload onto the roadway.

The report made no mention of other injuries in the crash.

The investigation into the single-vehicle crash that claimed Mr. Marquette's life is ongoing.

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