Duncannon Man Charles Fisher ID’d as Person Killed in Carroll Township Crash on Spring Road
Shermans Dale, Pennsylvania (February 23, 2018) – The trash collector who was killed in a collision involving a garbage truck early Thursday morning in Carroll Township, Perry Township, has been identified as 39-year-old Charles Fisher of Duncannon, according to a news release from state police in Newport.
The fatal incident took place at around 6 a.m. Thursday, February 22, in the 7100 block of Spring Road, in Carroll Township.
According to the state police, Fisher was standing on a step on the driver’s side rear of the garbage truck that was stopped when a 2012 Chrysler 300 sideswiped the back of the truck. The impact sent Fisher behind the driver’s side front tire.
After the collision, the Chrysler came to rest about 50 yards south of the truck, facing north in the northbound lane while the truck was in the southbound lane, police said.
An investigation into the incident is still underway.
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