Larry Cook Obituary, 69-year-old Man Identified Killed In Multi-car Crash In York By Coroner Officer

Larry Cook Obituary, Death – The York County Coroner’s Office has made the identity of the man who was killed in the multiple-car accident that took place in York County on Monday night as well as the findings of the autopsy available to the public. The collision included a total of four vehicles. Larry Cook, who was 69 years old and lived in Washington Township’s Country View Court, is thought to have died as a result of blunt force injuries, according to the officials who investigated the incident. It is generally accepted that he died as a result of unintended circumstances. We do not at this moment have any information regarding the condition of the second driver. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

According to the findings of the office of the York County Coroner, the collision involved two cars, and the male victim, who was 69 years old, was a passenger in one of the cars. At around 10:56 p.m. on Monday evening, the individual in question was apparently pronounced deceased at the scene, as stated by the officials. The reports from the coroner’s office state that the man was driving in the area around Roland Rd. and Hoffman Rd. at around 10 p.m. when a second vehicle traveling south on Baltimore Pike collided with his car and damaged the driver’s side. The collision caused the man to lose control of his vehicle, which resulted in his death. The man tragically lost his life as a result of the mishap.

There will be an autopsy performed on the morning of Wednesday, January 18, at eight o’clock. It is now impossible to determine the status of the second driver due to a lack of available information. An inquiry into a fatal collision that took place in Washington Township in York County is being carried out by the police in York County, according to the officials who have been briefed on the matter. It happened on Monday night around ten o’clock, and it took place at the intersection of Baltimore Pike and Hoffman Road.


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