Banks Township – A rollover crash marred the southbound lane of the Pa. Turnpike in Carbon County a little after 11:00 o’clock that morning. The crash occurred at the mile 89 marker 89 in the southbound lane.

Emergency crews were called to the scene of a deadly crash in Carbon County that killed one person this Sunday.

Based on the police date, John Molosky, age 68, resident of Beaver Meadows was driving south along Berwick Street with female passenger, Gloria Phyllis Molosky, age 67, also from of Beaver Meadows. For unknown reasons, Molosky swerved off the roadway and crashed into a tree. The driver was pronounced dead upon admission to the hospital while Gloria Molosky sustaining critical injuries was delivered Cedar Crest Medical Center at Lehigh Valley.

Police investigation revealed that the car crashed that Sunday on Berwick St. in Banks Twp., Carbon County, Pa. The fatality was identified as John Molosky, age 68 and from Beaver Meadows. His passenger was Gloria Phyllis Molosky, age 67 also residing in Beaver Meadows was critically injured and presently hospitalized at the Lehigh Valley Cedar Crest Medical Center. Here was no report of other victims.

Authorities confirmed that John was the driver who went off the road and slammed into a tree. They are still investigation what may have caused John Molosky to lose control of the vehicle that he was driving.

Carbon County has its shares of road crashes. Last December, State police recalled the death of four people Friday night in an accident.

The coroner of Carbon County identified four teens killed in that fiery wreck Friday night at Twp. of Lower Towamensing. They all died from multiple blunt force injuries.

Coroner Bruce Nalesnik stated that two of the dead were brother and sister. He identified the deceased as: (1) Michael Muniz, age 17, resident of Palmerton; (2) Austin T. Hunsicker, age 16, resident of Bowmanstown; (3) Nathan Murray, age 16, also resident of Palmerton; (4) Carole Anne Murray, age 13 who was Nathan’s sibling. They were all pronounced dead at the scene after the 8:30 o’clock in the evening crash along Dairy Road in Lower Towamensing.

Nalesnik learned that it was Muniz behind the wheel with the other 3 teens as passengers. State police reported that his car swerved from the street across the oncoming traffic and crashed with another vehicle; after which hoth cars caught fire.

All the four teens expired due to multiple blunt force injuries to their head or torso. Their manner of deaths was considered as accidental.

State police considered speed as key factor of the crash, but they could not ascertain if the driver was speeding.

Police have not discoverer how fast the both cars were running, but Muniz was seen heading westward along the Dairy Road when his vehicle veered across into the opposite lane and hit a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Stacy Peddigree, age 18, resident of Lehighton. Both cars erupted into flame as the vehicle of Muniz flipped over and crashed into a tree.

The Peddigree’s passenger was Tim Shiner, age 22, and resident of Palmerton, was injured.

Accident victims have rights. If you or your loved one has been harmed or fatally injured in a vehicular accident caused by the negligence of a distracted driver, contact  car accident lawyer now for free consultation. You may be entitled to financial compensation for economic damages, as well as pain and suffering.

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