Nor’Easter Wreaks Havoc on I-95 in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania (October 30,2011) Two people were killed in a single vehicle accident on I-95 South in Bucks county.  According to State Police a Mitsubishi SUV with four occupants lost control in the Southbound lanes due to black ice. The vehicle went off the roadway on the right side, plowed through a guardrail and down an embankment onto the Pennsylvania Turnpike below. Two of the 4 occupants were killed, the other two were seriously injured. The Victims have not been identified.

Black Ice also caused multiple accidents to occur close to 3 a.m.involving 30 vehicles.  The massive pile ups happened between Street Road and Route 413 on the northbound lanes of I-95 North. Ambulances were on the scene to escort at least a dozen people to nearby hospitals.

I-95 was closed for several hours in both directions between Rt.413 and Street Road.

Sixty accidents had been reported between 7p.m. Saturday evening and 3 a.m. Sunday morning on Interstate 95.

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