Excessive speed was considered by authorities as the main factor of a crash that resulted to two fatalities in Philadelphia. For unknown reasons, the operator of the vehicle lost control of his vehicle traveling along Remington Rd. in Lower Merion at the Penn Wynne section.

Last Tuesday, firefighters of Penn Wynne firefighter responded to the scene of the accident on the road of Remington.

The police identified two fatalities as Keith Phillips, age 25 and Jhamiel Robinson, age 22, who are both residing at Block 600 of 65th North St. in Philadelphia.

Michael McGrath who is Police Supt. of Lower Merion confirmed last Wednesday that there was an  Schuylkill accident for the driver lost control of his car and crashed on a tree.
According to the police, the mishap happened in the evening of Tuesday at 9:46 o’clock. An Acura 2005 TL was running along Remington Rd. North when it hit a large tree at No.1116 Remington Rd. The strong impact caused split the car in half as it ejected the two occupants. They were pronounced dead on the scene.
Due to the wreck, Remington Road was closed from the time of the crash until 3:00 o’clock in the morning. The Safety Unit of Lower Merion is making an ongoing investigation of the crash.

 

There were two fatalities after the vehicle crashed against a tree with such strong force that the car split in two.

The mishap happened at around 9:45 o’clock in the evening along Remington Rd. in Lower Merion, Montgomery County.

The fatalities were the driver of the Acura 2005 TL and his passenger as they were both ejected from the car and died on the scene.

Remington Road was closed along Lancaster Ave. and Haverford Rd. for about five hours and was reopened at 3:00 o’clock in the morning.

Police identified excessive speed as main factor of the crash.

Police identified the occupants of the vehicle as driver Keith Phillips and passenger Jhamiel Robinson who were both pronounced death after the crash. Authorities confirmed that two male Philadelphians died when the vehicle went out of control and hit a tree as it divided in two at Twp. of Lower Merion.

Emergency crews arrived at the scene in Lower Merion Township just before 10:00 o’clock Tuesday evening.

Police reported that the Acura was travelling north along Remington Rd at a high rate of speed that caused the vehicle to veer off the road and hit the large tree in the Block 1100.

The impact of the crash caused the car to split in two as it ejected both driver and his passenger.

According to police, the driver, Keith Phillips and his passenger Jhamiel Robinson who were both residing at North 65th St. were pronounced dead at the scene.

Accident victims have rights. If you were injured in a car accident, contact experienced  Lower Merion car accident lawyer now for free consultation. He will protect the rights of you and your loved ones. You may be entitled to financial compensation for economic damages, as well as pain and suffering

Source: Main Line Media News (http://www.mainlinemedianews.com/articles/2013/09/11/main_line_times/news/doc52307cf1886da101972394.txt)

Sources: NBC Philadelphia Com

(http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/2-Dead-Road-Closed-After-Main-Line-Accident-223235491.html)

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