Pa. man died in crash on Interstate 83 just over Maryland border, coroner says

1/26/2022 4:21:00 AM

The man was transported to Wellspan York Hospital but died shortly after.

@Topstories

Pa. man died in crash on Interstate 83 just over Maryland border, coroner says

The man was transported to Wellspan York Hospital but died shortly after.

Published: Jan. 25, 2022, 7:56 p.m.ByBecky Metrick | bmetrick@pennlive.comA York County man died shortly after crashing on Interstate 83 in Maryland, according to the county coroner’s office.Clinton Rice was driving southbound with a passenger when his vehicle went off the road near Exit 36 in Baltimore County around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, York County Coroner Pam Gay said.

His vehicle first went to the left, then back across the southbound lane, then back the right where it rolled over and stopped on its roof, Gay said.Gay said Rice was not wearing a seatbelt and was partially ejected from the vehicle during the crash.Rice was taken to Wellspan York Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Gay said. The 39-year-old Springfield Township resident died from multiple blunt-force trauma, and his death was ruled accidental.

Read more:
PennLive.com »

Rihanna will headline 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show

CNN News, delivered. Select from our newsletters below and enter your email to subscribe. Read more >>

Feds reportedly assessing treatment of monkeys involved in Pa. crashThe decision to euthanize the three escaped cynomolgus macaques after they were recaptured was made to protect the safety of the public and first responders, the CDC says.

GOP-led Chambersburg becomes first Pa. town to revoke LGBTQ inclusive lawChambersburg on Monday became the first municipal authority in the Commonwealth to revoke an anti-discrimination law designed to protect the LGBTQ community, as well as protect against gender, ethnic discrimination. damn I’d be so ashamed to live here rn You know what divides communities? Not being open to considering the experiences of others. PottstownNews Heading in the wrong direction. Going backwards instead of forward.

Police dog rescues Pa. man who got lost in frigid woodsA northern Michigan police dog rescued a Pennsylvania man who got lost Sunday in a densely wooded area during frigid temperatures, police said.

Another arrest made in stray-bullet death of Pa. man, but 3rd suspect remains at largeA man died after being hit by a stray bullet as he was eating Thanksgiving dinner in a home in the Philadelphia suburbs.

Pa. officer hospitalized after being ‘trampled’ in attack, police sayThe suspect said he attacked the officer because he has right to resist an 'unlawful' arrest, according to curt documents.

Pa. Republicans send doomed congressional map to Gov. Tom WolfThe state Senate voted Monday to approve a Republican-backed plan that nonpartisan analysts say has a clear GOP advantage. The final decision likely will fall to the courts.

Updated: Jan.Updated: Jan.Updated: Jan.The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office said Ghost and his handler, Deputy Dakota Darsow, were called Sunday night to Gerrish Township after local police received a report that a 58-year-old man was missing after going for a walk.

25, 2022, 7:56 p.m.m. | Published: Jan. | Published: Jan. 25, 2022, 7:56 p. 24, 2022, 9:56 p.m. "Another great job by Ghost.

By Becky Metrick | bmetrick@pennlive. Crates holding live monkeys are scattered across the westbound lanes of state Route 54 at the junction with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa. A Republican majority on the Chambersburg Borough Council on Monday revoked the town's LGBTQ inclusive law.com A York County man died shortly after crashing on Interstate 83 in Maryland, according to the county coroner’s office. Clinton Rice was driving southbound with a passenger when his vehicle went off the road near Exit 36 in Baltimore County around 10:30 p. 21, 2022, after a pickup pulling a trailer carrying the monkeys was hit by a dump truck.m. By a 7-3 Republican-majority vote, the Chambersburg Borough Council made good on its pledge, repealing the ordinance citing a host of reasons, including redundancy in the ordinance and lack of muscle in its provisions. Sunday, York County Coroner Pam Gay said. (Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP) AP John Beauge | Special to PennLive DANVILLE – The U.

His vehicle first went to the left, then back across the southbound lane, then back the right where it rolled over and stopped on its roof, Gay said. Gay said Rice was not wearing a seatbelt and was partially ejected from the vehicle during the crash. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reportedly has opened an investigation into the treatment of the monkeys involved in Friday’s accident near Danville. “For that reason I don’t understand why we need to have special protections for people. Rice was taken to Wellspan York Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Gay said. The 39-year-old Springfield Township resident died from multiple blunt-force trauma, and his death was ruled accidental. Attempts to get confirmation from USDA were unsuccessful. The passenger was treated and released from the hospital, Gay said. I think this would divide us.

Maryland State Police is investigating the crash. Tom Wolf wrote: “We believe the handling and treatment of monkeys before, during and after the collision may constitute violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act and animal welfare regulations. Routine toxicology will be done. Read more on PennLive: . Potential violations Chandna cited include: Not evaluating or providing veterinary care following the accident while the monkeys were exposed to the cold. “I‘m not for discrimination.