Sonza Lee Marasco Death – On Tuesday, the identify of one of the people who passed away in a car accident on Monday in Elderton was made public by the Indiana County Coroner Jerry Overman Jr. Overman stated in a news release that he received information that on Tuesday afternoon at 1:31 p.m., Sonza Lee Marasco, 70, of Shelocta was driving north on Route 210 near Gastown Road in Plumcreek Township, Armstrong County, and attempted to turn left onto Brown Lane, but was struck by another vehicle. The incident occurred in Plumcreek Township, Armstrong County. Due to the fact that Marasco and her daughter, whose identity will not be disclosed at this time, were not wearing their seatbelts at the time of the accident, they were thrown from the vehicle.
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After being found unconscious in the street, Marasco was rushed to the Indiana Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead shortly after arriving. The Robinson-Lytle-Shoemaker Funeral Home in Indiana has been entrusted with the responsibility of making arrangements for her funeral. You are also able to read the whole obituary for her here. Coroner Brian Myers of Armstrong County pronounced Marasco’s daughter dead at the scene of the accident; however, the circumstances surrounding her passing have not been made public at this time. The Indiana and Armstrong County Coroner’s offices, along with state police from the Kittanning barracks, are currently conducting an investigation into the collision.
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Investigators say an accident involving two vehicles that occurred early Wednesday morning in Indiana County resulted in the death of a man from Armstrong County. According to state police and Coroner Jerry Overman Jr., Douglas Chris Craig, 55, of South Bend Township, was traveling east on Route 422 in Armstrong Township just before 4 a.m. when a Ford box truck crossed the center line and hit the victim’s Ford Fiesta head on, state police said. Firefighters were able to free Craig from his severely damaged truck after he was trapped inside
According to the findings of the autopsy, he donated his bodily tissue. On Wednesday, an autopsy was performed, and we are awaiting the results of toxicology tests in order to determine the cause and manner of death. It was not immediately known whether the truck driver, a 26-year-old male from Altoona, had sustained any injuries. In the release, the officers did not identify the suspect. Wednesday morning, state police began reconstructing a crash that had occurred the night before on Route 422, close to Cunningham Road. John A. Lefdahl Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
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