PORSHA: YES MECCA, VERY HEARTBREAKING FOR SURE — MANY TAKING TO SOCIAL DESCRIBING — SOCIAL MEDIA, DESCRIBING CRUM AS SELFLESS AND GENUINE SAYING HE MAY BE GONE BUT WON’T EVER BE FORGOTTEN. THOUSANDS KEEPING MOORE IN THEIR HEARTS AS THEY NOW MOURN THE LIFE OF THE THIRD MOORE STUDENT KILLED BY A DRUNK DRIVER. THIS PAGE DEDICATED TO CRUM REMEMBERING HIM AS THE TYPE OF PERSON WHO IMPACTED MANY ASKING FOR PEACE AND PRAYERS FOR HIS FAMILY. THE MOORE WAR RUN PAGE ALSO SHARING, SAYING HE WAS A TALENTED RUNNER WHO ALWAYS FINISHED HIGH AND NEVER STOPPED PUSHING HIMSELF. HIS FRIENDS AT D.Z. COMICS HAVE BEEN HOSTING FUNDRAISERS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK TO HELP IN ANYWAY THEY CAN, SAYING THIS JUST DAYS AGO, CHRIS DIAZ DZ >> HE WOULD COME HERE AND HANG OUT AND BE PART OF THE COMMUNITY. THAT’S WHY HE’S TOUCHED SO MANY PEOPLE. PORSHA: RACHEL FREEMAN AND … Read More
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The man’s vehicle crossed the center line and struck a large stone, Coroner Pam Gay said.
UPDATE: York County Coroner Pam Gay identified the man who died in an early Sunday morning crash in Warrington Township as 46-year-old John Waters II.
Waters lived in Wellsville, Gay said. His cause of death was determined to be multiple blunt force trauma and his manner of death was accidental.
A male driver died early Sunday morning in Warrington Township after he crossed the center line of a road and struck a large stone, according to York County Coroner Pam Gay.
The crash occurred about 2:26 a.m. in the 2200 block of Pinetown Road. The man’s name, cause and manner of death are pending notification of his next-of-kin, Gay said.
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