Michael Comerford Death | Christian Schimelfenig Death | Tucker Schimelfenig Death – On Saturday, a crash on I-76 Westbound, sometimes known as the Schuylkill Expressway, in Philadelphia claimed the lives of four people. According to authorities, the collision happened close to the City Avenue exit just before 2 a.m.
When there were entrapments and injuries in a two-car collision, Philadelphia police were called. Police at the scene found that one car had crossed several lanes of traffic and struck another car. Before coming to a stop on the right shoulder of an off-ramp, the first vehicle spun and overturned. The second vehicle was rear-ended and thrust forward onto an I-76 West bridge pillar.
Victor Spizzirri, a 31-year-old driver of the first vehicle, was taken with moderate injuries to Temple University Hospital. The four people in the second automobile died in the collision, according to police, and were pronounced dead at the site. Loved ones identified them as Michael Comerford, Christian Schimelfenig, Tucker Schimelfenig, the identity of the forth person has not been released.
Spizzirri was detained for vehicular murder while intoxicated and other offenses after police claimed he showed evidence of impairment.
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RELATED ARTICLE: Woman trying to move table from roadway struck and killed on I-76 in Akron
According to the Akron Police Department, a 58-year-old lady was struck and died while attempting to remove a wooden table from the traffic on Interstate 76 in Akron on Sunday morning. She was attempting to clear the table from the roadway. Carasee Lee, 58, a resident of Akron, was confirmed as the deceased by the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office.
At around 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, Lee was driving a burgundy Kia Sorento and was headed westbound on Interstate 76 in lane number one at exit 18 (U.S. 224) when she allegedly approached the wooden table that was located in the roadway. According to the police, she came to a stop in the middle of the traffic lane, put the vehicle in park, and then got out to remove the table from the roadway.
Moments later, the woman was struck by a blue Honda Civic traveling southbound that was driven by a male who was 23 years old, according to the police. The woman was pronounced dead at the site of the accident. The man who was driving the Honda had very minor wounds. Alcohol and speeding are not suspected to have had a role in the tragedy, which is still being looked into.
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