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Hunt for hit-and-run driver who sparked six-car crash that killed two

por Carmon Kortig (2020-01-30)

Pennsylvania police are seeking a driver in a hit-and-run crash that killed two people and injured five others in northeast Philadelphia on Saturday.

Law enforcement says the Chevy Camaro was barreling down the road when it hit vehicles waiting at the Red Lion Road and Bustleton Avenue intersection at high speed, just before midnight.

It struck a car that had stopped at a red light waiting to turn north. The Chevy driver was heading south. 

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Police say a Chevy camaro for sale was heading south when it hit a car on the Red Lion Road and Bustleton Avenue intersection outside a McDonald's in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cops are hunting the man who abandoned his vehicle at the scene and was picked up in a white Lexus

Cars were waiting to turn into a northbound lane when the original crash driver pummeled them

The Walt Disney Company Privacy Policy The first car hit a sport utility vehicle, which flipped over and struck a minivan. 

Two other cars were hit.

The 50-year-old male driver of the SUV and his 48-year-old female passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver crashed into a vehicle waiting to turn on Saturday despite there being a red light

One car hit a sports utility vehicle which flipped over and a struck minivan

The 50-year-old male driver of the SUV and his 48-year-old female passenger were pronounced dead at the scene

Video and images show just how horrific the scene looked with several mangled cars in the wreckage. 

Five people in the minivan were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

It included three adults - one of whom was a pregnant woman - and two children, ABC Action News 6 reported. 




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Police say the Camaro driver, described as in his 20s, was picked up by another car which fled.

Five people were sent to hospital after the six-car pile up crash this weekend

Cars from the incident appeared mangled after the collision which created a knock-on effect

Two other cars were struck in the incident that emergency services were seen assessing

The incident occurred just before midnight and more people were injured despite not needing hospital treatment


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Two dead, five injured following 6-car hit-and-run crash in Northeast Philadelphia | 6abc.com

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