Ronald Trick Death, Obituary – The three fatalities of a crash on Interstate 81 on Monday afternoon have been identified by the Virginia State Police. The accident happened in Virginia. According to a press release sent by the Pennsylvania police on Monday shortly before 1:30 p.m., a driver in Pennsylvania who was driving a Honda Accord from the northbound lanes into the southbound lanes was to blame for a head-on accident with a Chevrolet GMT400 truck.
The person was moving from the northbound lanes into the southbound lanes when the event happened. On Interstate 81, near to milepost 208, the accident happened. Authorities assert that as a result of the incident, both cars were compelled to travel in oppositional directions.
Ronald E. Trick Jr., the Honda’s driver, was pronounced dead at the site of the crash by emergency officials. He was from the Pennsylvania town of Sunbury. He wasn’t fastened in his seatbelt at the time of the event. The pickup vehicle was being driven by 51-year-old Clifton Forge resident William K. Burns when it struck the tree.
He also died there, according to the police. Sandra K. Burns, 55, of Clifton Forge, Tennessee, fell tragically suddenly while being transported to the hospital. Both victims were wearing seat belts at the time of the collision while seated inside the car. At this time, the crash’s cause is still being looked into.
The Pennsylvania State Police said in a statement that they are presently investigating the incident and are unsure of how the Pennsylvania guy came to be driving the wrong way on the roadway. The statement states that this information was gleaned via the inquiry.