Pedestrian identified in deadly hit & run in Cumberland County

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UPDATE: State Police have identified the pedestrian killed in Friday night’s hit and run in Upper Mifflin Township, Cumberland County. They say 25-year old Charles Deimler, of Newburg, died from his injuries after being hit by a car on Roxbury Road.

They believe the suspect vehicle is a mid-90’s model Honda sedan. It may have damage to the passenger side front bumper and possibly the windshield.


CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Pennsylvania State Police are on the lookout for the driver in a fatal hit and run accident Friday night in Cumberland County.  It happened at about 7:13 p.m. in the area of 550 Roxbury Road in Upper Mifflin Township.

Police say a male pedestrian was walking westbound on Roxbury Road when he was struck by what was believed to be a white Honda sedan.  The driver did not stop.

Anyone with information on the accident is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police – Carlisle Barracks at (717) 249-2121.