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Truck Driver Struck and Killed While Directing Traffic Around His Disabled Truck


On Monday, a 63-year-old driver was struck and killed on U.S. 30 in Adams County, Pennsylvania.

According to the Public Opinion, at approximately 7:10 a.m., Charles Briggs’ truck became stuck in the snow, so Briggs got out of his truck and went to direct traffic around his disabled vehicle.

Police spokesman Robert Hicks said he believes Brigg was struck as he was directing traffic.

Briggs was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died.

The accident is under investigation, but authorities say the driver of the other vehicle is cooperating with authorities.

Authorities advise that you remain in your vehicle during inclement weather.



Public Opinion

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