Two DeSales University alumni as well as a student were killed in a crash in Upper Saucon Township, Pennsylvania, Saturday night while another student remains in critical condition.
The four victims were inside a car that crashed into a tree on the 4400 block of Lanark Road in the town’s Center Valley community at 8:37 p.m.
Three of the victims were pronounced dead at 9:38 p.m. while the fourth remains hospitalized in critical condition.
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While officials have not yet revealed the identities of the victims, a spokesperson for DeSales University revealed that two of the victims who were killed were alumni while the third person killed was a student. They also confirmed the lone survivor in critical condition is a student.
"On behalf of the entire DeSales University community, I share our deepest condolences and prayers for the family and friends of the lives we lost," University President Father James Greenfield, O.S.F.S. said. “We also pray for a full recovery for our student who remains hospitalized in critical condition.”
Officials have not yet revealed the cause of the crash.
DeSales University is a private Catholic university located in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.