NBC10 Philadelphia - Marisa Brahney
The Pennsylvania Turnpike is now open after being shutdown for most of the day Monday. The Eastbound lanes were closed after a serious crash that killed turnpike worker Mike SanFelice. NBC10's Marisa Brahney reports.
A seven mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike reopened just before 4:30 p.m. on Monday nearly eight hours after a deadly accident.
The multi-vehicle crash closed the eastbound lanes between the Valley Forge and Norristown exits around 8:30 a.m. on Monday.
A turnpike maintenance worker identified as Michael San Felice, 66, of West Norriton Township was killed.
Investigators say San Felice was outside a turnpike commission maintenance truck which was parked on the berm near mile marker 331 in Valley Forge.
A box truck carrying two people slammed into the maintenance truck and San Felice. A turnpike worker, who has not been identified, was inside the maintenance truck and was seriously injured.
The two people inside the box truck also suffered serious injuries. Their identities have not been released.