Route 74 closed for crash, coroner ca...

Route 74 closed for crash, coroner called

There are 19 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Dec 23, 2009, titled Route 74 closed for crash, coroner called. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Pennsylvania State Police have closed Route 74 at Slab Road in Lower Chanceford Township following a two-vehicle crash at 5:30 p.m. The coroner has been called to the scene.

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York, PA

#1 Dec 23, 2009
This is so sad.
What happened?

Jersey Shore, PA

#2 Dec 23, 2009
marlin wrote:
This is so sad.
What happened?
A van hit B van
Marlins Cosmetologist

York, PA

#3 Dec 23, 2009
They peered in their rear-view mirror at YOU and scared them off the road.
Anytime such things happen is a bad time; but especially at this time of the season. Condolences to all involved.

Since: Nov 09

Dover, PA

#4 Dec 23, 2009
How sad this close to the holidays.
Fed Up

York, PA

#5 Dec 23, 2009
Someone apparantly not paying attention.. Van "A" was stopped to make a turn and BAMMMM, van "B" rear ended it at cruising speed...Van "A" came to rest about 500Ft or more from the point of impact.. 2 dead 3 others in the hospital.. Multiple families affected... Very sad for all involved.. God bless them and their families..

Lansdale, PA

#6 Dec 23, 2009
So sad at this time of the year
out of york

Annapolis, MD

#7 Dec 23, 2009
My sincere condolences to the "Richardson Family" for the loss of your LOVED ones.
-Any and all ACCIDENTS, Can Happen -Anytime or Anywhere.
-MOST ACCIDENTS are and can be preventable- With a little patience, and ALL ATTENTION to the "obedience of the driving law" within an affected area.
.. this is gut wrenching- for all the Families involved.
FOCUS ...PLEASE..& -share the road, we all have tasks to complete, family to attend to, and want to meet -or greet. SLOW DOWN, get off the cell phone, leave "any distraction" behind- so all of YOU & YOUR Family (and all of ME and MINE) can CELEBRATE this Holiday season. There is nothing more important to "your loved ones"- than YOU!
Blah Blah Blah


#8 Dec 24, 2009
Thank you "Rev. Out of York." Your comments are so helpful to the family(s) who have lost so much! After the investigation, we'll know what really happened and why.

Enola, PA

#9 Dec 24, 2009
"More than an hour after the crash, several people rushed to the scene, trying to find out more information. One of the men broke down and sobbed and was comforted by another man."

Why is that necessary to include this in the article?
The Law

Mccalla, AL

#10 Dec 24, 2009
JAB wrote:
"More than an hour after the crash, several people rushed to the scene, trying to find out more information. One of the men broke down and sobbed and was comforted by another man."
Why is that necessary to include this in the article?
why wouldn't it be important to include. Highlights the pain something like this causes.

...oh are a homophob and trying to be funny.

how sad

York, PA

#11 Dec 24, 2009
Ahh no "The Law"...its called sensationalized journalism, and I for one could do without it. I agree with "JAB" it is not necessary.

Jersey Shore, PA

#12 Dec 24, 2009
OK so where is the update?????
red lion guy

York, PA

#13 Dec 24, 2009
does anyone have a problem huggin the same sex? shame on you, this isn`t about that , rip and condolences to the family and friends. Hope everyone involved will find peace in this terrible situation.
so sad

Harrisburg, PA

#14 Dec 24, 2009
I am so sorry to hear that something like this happened to these families at this time of year... May God comfort those families involved during their time of loss!

Reading, PA

#15 Dec 25, 2009
i am very sad to hear this news. i was there right before medics arrived. i wish i could ve been able to do something save this family and their grief.

Columbia, SC

#16 Dec 25, 2009
Your family is in my prayers

Since: Oct 09

Fort Wayne, IN

#17 Dec 25, 2009
It's very sad and I am praying for the families involved .
There is never a good time to loose a loved one .
The holiday just makes it harder .
My heart goes out to the police and EMT's that handled this accident .
Peace n comfort .
Another angel

York, PA

#18 Dec 25, 2009
I guess Heaven has another little angel. God bless her, the man, and all involved. Police, FF's, EMT's, and anyone who was there. "kkw", my heart goes out to you. I've seen many crashes like that in my time, and know how it stays with you. I hope you find peace and comfort in knowing everyone tried their best.
And I have to agree with JAB/Really, our local newspapers just love to add sensationalism whenever possible.
Delta PA

Stewartstown, PA

#19 Dec 29, 2009
I live on Rt 74. How many deaths on Rt 74 in S York Co will it take for YOU to slow down? Will it take your own? People!! Rt 74 IS NOT I-95!! More than 50 MPH is way too fast! You have buggies, tractors, school bus stops, driveways and side roads on this road. You can't stop a truck going 70 mph in time!!PLEASE SLOW DOWN!! I BEG YOU!!-Deepest Sympathy to the Richardson & Fisher families.

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