LANCASTER COUNTY -- According to Warwick High School District student Meghan Keeney, is the second person to die from Friday's crash.
Warwick High School District administrators issued this statement:
The Warwick School District is saddened to announce the death of a second student, Meghan Keeney, who was one of the victims of the accident that occurred on Friday.
We continue to mourn the loss of a junior, Jack Nicolson, who passed on Friday. Our deepest condolences go out to the families and friends of these students.
Counseling will be provided for students and families on Monday beginning at 8 a.m.
We are grateful for the overwhelming support from the Warwick community and beyond.
In this difficult time, we continue to request privacy for our families, students, and staff.
A memorial is set up across from Warwick High School, in front of Saint Paul Lutheran Church for the victims.
PREVIOUSLY: According to the Lancaster County Coroner's office, the Warwick student killed in the crash was Jack Nicholson.
Nicholson, 16, was from Lititz.
PREVIOUSLY: A student at Warwick High School was killed in an eight-vehicle crash in Lititz Friday afternoon, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office. Four other people were injured, including two additional high school students.
The crash took place in the 200 block of West Orange Street around 3:15 p.m.
The DA's Office said a 63-year-old woman in a Hyundai caused the impacts by striking several vehicles while traveling east on Orange Street. After striking a black Chevy, the Hyundai became airborne and came to rest on its roof.
Warwick School District issued this statement:
Dear Warwick family, we are shocked and saddened by the passing of one Warwick High School student from the tragic accident that occurred this afternoon. Our hearts and prayers go out to this family and the other families involved.
Counseling for staff, students and families will be available at the Warwick High School tomorrow Saturday, October 27th from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. The district continues to work closely with the Lititz Borough Police, Northern Regional Police, and the District Attorney’s office.
A few minutes prior to the crash, police responded to 911 dispatches for a reckless driver -- the woman in the Hyundai.
According to the DA's Office, police attempted to pull over the Hyundai on Route 772 -- which becomes Orange Street in Lititz -- following the reckless driving reports but the woman accelerated, leading to the officer ceasing attempts to stop the vehicle.
Before the Hyundai traveled into Lititz, the DA's Office said it struck a school bus on Route 772. The school bus contained students and a driver but no one was injured.
Police are continuing to investigate why the woman was driving recklessly and did not stop, according to the DA's Office.
Anyone with information about the crashes should contact Northern Lancaster Regional Police at 717-733-0965 or Lititz Borough Police: 717-626-6393.
This story has been updated from its previous version.