James Vitagliano Dies and 2 Others Injured after Two Cars Collide in Perry County
Penn Township, Pennsylvania (September 2, 2017) – An elderly man, 82, was killed after two cars collided in Perry County on Monday afternoon, according to state police.
The fatal crash took place at about 4:10 p.m. August 28, along Route 11/15 in Penn Township.
State Police mentioned that Rosemarie Vitagliano, 76, from Leesburg, Virginia, was driving south when she crossed over the Center line and struck a northbound car driven by Beverly Croft, 45, of Duncannon.
Vitagliano’s front passenger identified as James Vitagliano also from Leesburg died in the crash
Vitagliano and another woman were injured in the crash.
Limited details on the cause of the crash and the condition of the injured were available at the time of the report.
Police were still investigating the crash to determine its cause and liability.
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