A tragic car accident occurred in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, involving passengers Ty and Adam Diffenderfer. The incident resulted in the unfortunate loss of life. As a result, Route 100 had to be temporarily closed for several hours to facilitate the replacement of a utility pole.
During the course of the accident, an officer from the Eastern Berks Regional Police Department (EBRPD) was en route to the scene. However, on the way, the officer’s vehicle collided with another motorist who was backed up in traffic due to the earlier accident.
According to the EBRPD, the initial collision involved a northbound car veering off the roadway. It collided with a utility pole and a parked vehicle in the lot of Quigley Dodge before returning to the street. Both the utility pole and the parked car were situated in the Quigley Dodge lot. The driver of the car was transported to Lehigh Valley Hospital for treatment of injuries that were determined to be non-life-threatening.
The officer involved in the subsequent collision also sustained injuries that were not considered life-threatening and required medical attention. The officer was subsequently transported to Lehigh Valley Hospital for treatment. The Douglass Township Police Department, located in Montgomery County, was requested to assist in the investigation of the patrol vehicle collision.
On Wednesday, around midday, a car accident occurred on Route 100, leading to the downing of a power pole. This incident caused a complete halt in traffic. The crash took place in the 500 block of North Route 100 in Colebrookdale Township at approximately 11:40 a.m.
We extend our sincere condolences to all those affected by this tragic accident. The disruption in traffic and the subsequent collisions have caused significant distress, and we hope for a swift recovery for all involved.