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Central Pennsylvania truck and Amish buggy collision kills two

A Tylersville, Pennsylvania UPS truck accident has caused the death of an Amish woman and an 8 year old boy. Four other individuals were also seriously injured as a result of this truck accident. In Clinton County, Pennsylvania, a UPS truck was traveling east when it veered into the path of a horse and buggy carrying a group of Amish.

The truck collided with the rail alongside the left side of the horse and speared the vehicle. The buggy was caused to overturn as a result. The UPS truck traveled approximately 100 feet after the collision before hitting a walnut tree. The driver of the truck sustained minor injuries.

The 36 year-old Loganton woman and the 8 year-old boy were pronounced dead at the scene. A 37 year-old man was taken to Geisinger Medical Center near Logan Township, Pennsylvania and was listed in critical condition. A 13 year-old boy and two girls, ages 11 and 14, were also said to have sustained major injuries.

This tragic accident has devastated the entire region. The Amish are a tight knit community that is well known to many throughout Western and Central Pennsylvania.

Car and truck accidents involving Amish buggies often present unique insurance issues to help the injured Amish recover for their medical expenses, wrongful death, pain and suffering, and lost wages. The experienced team of attorneys at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. has experience in navigating these unique insurance issues to ensure that our clients reach a full and fair financial recovery.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, call the truck accident lawyers at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. today at 1-800-777-4081 for a free case consultation.

Source: Syracuse.com. "2 killed in Amish buggy hit by UPS truck that drifted into its path in Pa., police say". 11 July 2015.

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