Penn State student identified in fatal crash

28 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Penn State Student From Branford Killed In Crash.

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. A Branford teenager and student at Penn State died in a one-vehicle accident in Chester County, Pa. on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Sunday afternoon, according to a posting on the website Sunday night.Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the one-vehicle crash that claimed the life of Sepot and injured six other students on the Turnpike near the King of Prussia exit. The crash occurred at 1:49 p.m, according to university spokeswoman Lisa Powers. “We are so deeply saddened to learn of this tragic accident and we are mobilizing our student affairs response team and have begun to arrange counseling services for any student who may need those services,” Powers said in an email.

The other six students, Victoria Barrett from Pennsylvania, Sarah Bixby from New Jersey, Claire Fountas from Illinois, Matthew Hrynkow from Virginia, Brooke Kalodner from New Jersey and Max Titlebaum from Pennsylvania, were transported to Paoli Hospital in Paoli, Pa., according to the posting. This is a difficult time for many.” Courtney O’Bryan, of Huntington, N.Y., died in December 2011 as a result from injuries from a car crash, which occurred when the vehicle she was in hit black ice and flipped over near Bradford.

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