A truck driver from New York was cited after a four-vehicle crash on September 27th left one woman dead.
Trucker Sarbjit Singh was traveling eastbound on the Pennsylvania Turnpike at a high rate of speed, when traffic slowed to about 10 mph for an upcoming work zone. He was unable to slow down in time and struck the back of a Ford Escape, causing a chain reaction crash.
The driver of the Ford, Sandra L. Wummer of Lancaster County, died at the scene. At least 2 others in another vehicle were injured, including 71-year-old Gloria Belair and her passenger.
The eastbound lanes of the turnpike between Reading and Morgantown were closed for several hours. Singh was cited for failing to drive at a safe speed.
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