More vehicles involved in a roadway collision generally means more people who may sustain injuries or fatalities. A recent three-vehicle collision in Pennsylvania has so far claimed the lives of three victims and left a fourth with head injuries.
The crash occurred last Thursday afternoon on Route 145 in Lehigh Township. Vehicles involved included two cars and a motorcycle. A 91-year-old male driver of a southbound vehicle allegedly caused the accident by colliding head-on with a motorcycle and another car after a sudden swerve. His 86-year-old wife, who was riding alongside him as a passenger in the vehicle, died at the scene, and he followed her in death at a local hospital the next day as a result of multiple blunt force traumas.