PSP investigating York County crash that sent 8 people to hospital

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YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a crash that sent eight people to the hospital Friday night.

Crews responded to the 4500 block of Delta Road in Lower Chanceford Township just before 10 p.m.

State Police say a sedan driven by Nicholas Roth, of Maryland made an illegal pass around a pick-up truck driven by Paul Astheimer, of Quarryville.

Roth tried to pass the pickup at the crest of a hill, in a no passing zone. The sedan struck the pick-up in the rear, and hit an SUV, driven by Kimberly Fisher, of Delta, head-on.

A total of 10 people were tended to after a head-on collision, according to Airville Volunteer Fire Company Chief Ronald Miller.

Roth and his three passengers, along with Fisher and her five passengers were all taken to area hospitals all with suspected serious injuries.

Astheimer and his passenger were not injured in the crash.

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