Vehicle crashes into Hanover Twp. bus stop; 2 killed, 3 others hurt
Updated On: Sep 11 2012 04:44:46 AM CDT
Two people have now died as a result of an accident at a bus stop.
Three others were injured when an SUV crashed just before 3:30 p.m. Monday afternoon at Race Street and Cascade Drive in Hanover Twp., Lehigh Co., officials said. That's near the Lehigh Valley International Airport.
Angel Bosch, 28, of Easton died of his injuries, Pennsylvania State Police said. Elias Tabarani, 51, of Allentown died at the scene, police said.
Caitlyn Clark, 26, was driving the SUV when she lost control of it and drove off the road, hitting a utility pole and then crashing into a group of four men waiting at the bus stop, State Police said.
Two of the men, including Tabarani, became trapped under the vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Bosch was rushed to the hospital but later died.
The other two men, Angel Guerrido-Lopez, 38, and Lawrence Oyster, 37, were hurt.
Guerrido-Lopez is listed in stable condition at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest. There is no word on Oyster's condition.
Clark was also taken to the hospital. There is no word on her injuries.
Police have not yet determined why she lost control of her SUV and left the road.
East Race Street was closed for hours between Airport Road and Willowbrook Road while rescuers freed the men and investigators went over the crash scene.
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