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Pennsylvania Wrongful Death Accident at Pikel’s Top Tier Fuels

An employee of Pickel’s Top Tier Fuels was killed in a Pennsylvania Wrongful Death accident on July 5, 2018. A car crashed into the Pennsylvania gas station creating a fire that lead to the 52-year-old employee’s wrongful death. Sadly, A fire engulfed the building where she was working. Pennsylvania State Police said two men in the car were traveling north on Route 119 when they lost control of their vehicle. The Pennsylvania wrongful death accident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Thursday July 5, 2018. Read more

Liberty Gas Explosion Causes Personal Injury Near Philadelphia

A Pennsylvania gas explosion in Bensalem Township, north of Philadelphia PA, caused severe personal injury to two workers. One male worker is in critical condition at a local hospital with serious burn injuries. Another is still trapped underground due to the Liberty gas explosion. Firefighters from Philadelphia PA responded to the Pennsylvania gas explosion. Some local Pennsylvania residents were evacuated as a precaution. The gas explosion took place around 5:00 p.m. The Liberty gas explosion is under further investigation. Read more

Wrongful Death Pronounced at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest

A 75-year-old man suffered a wrongful death accident when his RV stove malfunctioned on June 3, 2018. The Lehigh County Coroner pronounced the man dead at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest according to the morgue manager. Sadly, the 75-year-old man sustained serious burns as a result of the fire. His wrongful death was ruled an accident. The RV fire broke out around 6:00 a.m. when he attempted to light the pilot light on a stove in the RV. There is no word as to whether the stove malfunctioned due to some sort of product liability. Read more

Bethlehem House Fire Displaces Family

On July 24, 2017, a fire broke out on a third floor of a Bethlehem house located on Elizabeth Avenue. At least one family has been displaced because of the Bethlehem fire. A second couple may also have to seek temporary housing. Bethlehem fire fighters did an excellent job keeping the fire from spreading to nearby houses. Bethlehem fire officials asked the American Red Cross for help arranging housing and food for all parties affected by this tragic house fire. Thankfully, no personal injuries have been reported at this time. Read more

   

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