Wyoming County, PA: Pedestrian Accident near Route 309 in Monroe Township

By September 22, 2018 October 8th, 2018 Accident News

Kunkle Firefighter Seriously Injured in Monroe Township Pedestrian Accident near Route 309 and Route 29

Monroe Township Pedestrian Accident

Wyoming County, PA: Pedestrian Accident near Route 309 in Monroe Township

Wyoming County, Pennsylvania (September 22, 2018) – A Kunkle Firefighter was struck and seriously injured by a dump truck Friday morning in Monroe Township, according to a local news source.

The accident occurred at about 6:30 a.m. September 21, near the intersection of Route 309 and Route 29.

According to the Pennsylvania State Police, Jack C. Husband, 46, of Harveys Lake was driving a dump truck northbound on Route 309 when he hit a member of the Kunkle Fire Department who was directing traffic for an earlier crash in the area.

The victim was airlifted to a hospital with serious injuries. The identity of the victim was not immediately disclosed.

The state police are investigating the crash.

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