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Truck driver ID’d after 20+ vehicle bridge crash


A truck driver killed in a bridge crash involving more than 20 vehicles has been identified by the Clarion County Coroner’s Office. 

The accident happened on the morning of March 19th in Clarion County, Pennsylvania at about 12:20 a.m. on the Emlenton Bridge over Interstate 80. 

According to Explore Clarion, more than 20 vehicles, including at least eight tractor trailers, were involved in the pile up. 35-year-old truck driver Joga Singh was killed in the accident. 

“The confined nature of the crash (between the high concrete barriers of the bridge) along with the overall size and severity of this incident made it particularly challenging,” said a representative of the Clarion County 911 Dispatch Center. 

No further information has been released.


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