Two Infants, Woman Killed, Six Hospitalized Following Crash At Pennsylvania-Maryland Stateline

Nine people from Chambersburg were in a deadly single-vehicle crash near the Pennsylvania-Maryland Stateline on Sunday, Dec. 4, authorities say.

59-year-old Mary Gordon lost control of her vehicle and crashed her 2018 Dodge Journey into a tree in the 5900 block of Little Cove Rd. at around 1:56 am, according to Pennsylvania state police.

She was airlifted and taken to WellSpan York Hospital where she died an accidental death caused by multiple blunt force injuries at 5:43 am, as certified by York County Deputy Coroner Kayla Starner.

Two girls who were passengers listed as “0 years old” died at Fulton County Medical Center, Pennsylvania state police detailed in a release on Monday, Dec. 5

All five other passengers were injured but their degree of injuries was not released. Here’s what we do know:

Girls ages 3, 7, 15, and 16 years old were taken to Meritus Hospital, a 17-year-old boy was taken to Hershey Medical Center, and a 30-year-old woman was taken to Altoona Hospital, according to a release by the state police.

Pennsylvania state police continue to investigate this deadly crash.

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