Update: Victim of fatal York County accident identified

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WARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, Pa.– The York County Coroner’s office has identified the victim who died in a crash on Sunday morning in York County.

56-year-old Samuel B. Myers, of the 400-block of W. Philadelphia Street in York, died at the scene of the crash, along the 1700-block of Old York Road in Warrington Township. The crash happened just before 7:30 a.m.

Investigators say Myers was traveling south on Old York Road, when the driver of a Jeep going north, crossed over the center lines and collided with Myers’ vehicle. That driver was transported to a local hospital for treatment,  their condition is unknown the coroner’s office said. Myers died at the scene.

An autopsy for Myers is scheduled for 8 a.m. Monday at Lehigh Valley Hospital.

State Police are still investigating the crash.


Previously Reported:

A two vehicle crash has closed a York County road Sunday morning.

York County 911  has confirmed that the coroner has been called to the crash along the 1700 block of Old York Road in Warrington Township.

The York county Coroner’s office confirmed Sunday morning that one person was pronounced dead at the scene. No further information is available at this time, pending family notification.

State Police are investigating.

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