May 14, 2013

At least a multiple-vehicle crash left a woman dead and her husband critically injured. Harrisburg, Pa was the setting of the mishap last Friday.

The fatality was identified as Kathleen Weed, age 64, who died from the crash while George, her husband, sustained life-threatening injury and was airlifted at the Medical Center of Penn State in Hershey, Pa.

According to public information officer for the Pennsylvania State Police, Trooper Rob Hicks, the couple was traveling north along 1- 81 around 4:00 o’clock in the afternoon near Silver Spring Twp., Cumberland County, when they were hit by another vehicle.

During that time, traffic was backed up so George Weed drove his sports utility vehicle slowly as he was approaching two tractor-trailers in front but he was suddenly rear-ended by another tractor-trailer that was running very fast. The SUV was propelled into the tractor-trailer in front, said Hicks.

The operator of the tractor-trailer that hit the back of the SUV sustained minor injuries.

Inside the SUV was Pittsford couple, Kathleen Weed, age 64 and George Weed, age 63 who was operating the car.

Police reported that the SUV was rear-ended by a tractor trailer and they were pushed towards another tractor trailer in front. Kathleen was killed on the spot while George was airlifted to the local hospital but died from his injuries that Sunday morning.

The demise of couple, Kathleen Weed and George, her husband, resident of Pittsford happened less than a month after Keith V. Clayson, age 86, resident of Davenport, Fla. who was K.Weed’s father also died. The late Clayson spent more than 25 years in the Sheriff’s Office.

Livingston County Sheriff John M. York said that last April w0, Clayson succumbed following a suffering a serious illness.

On May 10, the couple met their tragic accident on I-81 as they were on their way to visit her granddaughter in Mechanics burg, Pa. Kathleen Weed died instantly together with their pet dog. George Weed followed three days after at Penn State Hershey Medical Center,

The Weeds were preparing to be in Livingston County that Saturday to attend the memorial service for Kathleen Weed’s father.

York expressed condolences from the entire agency to the Weeds and Clayson family for the unparallel loss befalling both families.

Clayson served as deputy sheriff starting July 1, 1958 until his retirement on Sept. 30, 1983. But he continued as a part-time deputy for many years until he decided to relocate to Florida. Surviving Clayson is his wife, Veronica, who is a resident of Davenport, Fla.

Kathleen Weed worked for the Rochester City School District for 19 years. She retired in 2005.

Clayson started as a deputy sheriff on July 1, 1958, and continued full-time until Sept. 30, 1983, when he retired as chief deputy of the Sheriff’s Office. He continued as a part-time deputy for many years until retiring to Florida. Clayton maintains a home on Lake Ontario’s Chaumont Bay where the family often spent their summers. Sometimes, they spent their winters in Florida. Veronica, who lives in Davenport, Fla. survives her husband and mourns his untimely passing.

Surviving the couple are their children and grandchildren; son & his wife, Bryan and Janet Weed, residents of Lake Peekskill; only daughter, Tricia Weed who is residing in Fountainville, Pa.; and Keith Weed and Jaxon Weed, their beloved grandchildren.

On May 18 at 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon, a service to commemorate Clayson will be held at American Legion Post 905, 7998 School St. in Spring water.

Accident victims have rights. If you were injured in a car accident, contact experienced   auto accident attorney 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.

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