Lisa McKee Obituary, Death – Lisa McKee, 52, of Windber, died Wednesday evening at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown after being injured in a car accident in Hollsopple. On Thursday, a member of the Conemaugh Township Police Department, Cpl. Russ Miller, was successful in establishing that the woman was identified as Lisa McKee, who resides in Windber and is 52 years old. According to him, Cambria County Coroner Jeff Lees arrived to the opinion that McKee went away as a consequence of multiple blunt force trauma, and her death was deemed to have been the result of an accident. He also stated that the judgment was reached by him.
According to the records that have been kept by Somerset County 911, an accident that included a car and a pedestrian was reported to have occurred around 4:56 p.m. on Wednesday in the vicinity of 3336 Seanor Road in Conemaugh Township. The location in question is located in Conemaugh Township. At the scene of the accident, emergency personnel from the Jerome and Conemaugh Township Fire Departments, as well as the Conemaugh Township EMS and the Conemaugh DART Unit, were called to assist. The occurrence was witnessed in Conemaugh Township, which is located in Pennsylvania.
According to Miller, the incident took place not too much longer after McKee pulled her vehicle into the parking lot at Jet Beer Distributors. According to him, this is the case based on his observations. She departed the vehicle, but she didn’t realize until it was too late that she had left it in gear. As a consequence, the vehicle started moving in reverse, which ultimately resulted in her being ran over by it.
McKee was transported by emergency medical services to the Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center, and it was at this institution that she passed away on Wednesday evening. On Wednesday, visitation will begin at 11 am at the Meek and Dalla Valle Funeral Home in Windber and will continue up to the time of the ceremony at 1:30 pm. The ceremony will take place at 1:30 pm. Immediately following the conclusion of the service, the visiting will come to a close at the funeral home.