NBC10 Philadelphia - Marisa Brahney
One person was killed and three injured after a SUV slammed into a bus stop in Hanover Township on Monday. NBC10's Marisa Brahney reports.
Two people were killed and two injured in Hanover Township, Pa. when a sport utility vehicle drove into a bus stop on Monday afternoon.
Pennsylvania State Police say 26-year-old Caitlyn Clark of Nazareth, lost control of her Nissan Pathfinder as she headed east on Race Street near Cascade Drive. Clark hit a utility pole then ran into a group of four men waiting at a Lanta bus stop.
Two of the men were trapped under the suv and one of them, 51-year-old Elias Tabarani, died at the scene, according to investigators.
Angel Bosch, 28, died Monday evening at St. Luke's Hospital.
The injured are identified as Angel Guerrido-Lopez and Lawrence Oyster, both of Allentown. They're being treated at St. Luke's.
Police say the investigation is on-going.