A PennStar medical helicopter arrived last Thursday at the site of a 3-vehicle crash on Route 309 that claimed one life.

Injured in a fatal accident on Route 309 in Hatfield Township last Thursday was a Perkasie woman who was airlifted to the University of Pennsylvania hospital and is recovering today.

Hatfield Police identified the victim as 62 year-old Mary Ann Marshall resident of Perkasie. She was rescued after a crash from a Subaru Forester SUV and was immediately flown to the hospital after an accident Thursday morning.

Hatfield Officer Michael Sloan said last Friday that Marshall was sustaining critical injuries but her condition is stable. He is sure that everything is going to be fine.

Medical staff from the University of Pennsylvania Hospital confirmed Friday morning that the victim is still a patient and in critical condition.

There was a 3-vehicle collision which occurred in 309 near Advance Lane around 9 o’clock in that morning of Thursday. At least one man was killed whom the police identified as Nathaniel Rocque, age 25 years and residing in Quakertown. It was here that Marshall sustained critical injuries. The driver of the third vehicle was not injured.

For more than four hours, Route 309 was closed last Thursday as the helicopter ambulance – a PennStar medical helicopter landed on the highway to airlift the critically injured Marshall to the hospital. The emergency crew had to clear the area. The police cleared the scene after the accident.

According to Sloan, the cause of the crash is still under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact Hatfield police..

Charges will be filed to person/s responsible for the smash-up.

Car Accident victims may be entitled to financial compensation for pain and suffering in addition to economic damages.

Please consult with an experienced  pennsylvania car accident lawyer.