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One dead after four-vehicle crash in Lancaster County

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE: One person is dead after a four-vehicle crash.

On November 30 around 6:35 a.m., police were dispatched to a four vehicle crash on Route 30, just west of the intersection with Belmont Road in Paradise Township.

An investigation revealed that a Hyundai Sedan, driven by Curtis Harris, 23, of East Petersburg, a tractor trailer and Chevrolet Silverado truck were traveling east on Route 30 before coming to a complete stop for a red light at the intersection with Belmont Road.

At that time, a box truck was traveling behind the vehicles and failed to notice the stop in traffic, colliding with the sedan and forcing it into the rear of the tractor trailer.

Harris died as a result of the crash.

The impact forced the tractor trailer to hit the Chevrolet Silverado in the rear, causing only minor damage.

The road is still closed as police continue the investigation.

PREVIOUSLY: The coroner has been called to the scene of a crash.

The crash occurred around 6:35 a.m. Thursday morning at the intersection of Route 30 and N. Belmont Road in Paradise Township.

The collision involves two tractor trailers.

Emergency dispatch says traffic is likely to be re-routed to Route 741 as all lanes are closed while officials investigate the incident.