MERCER COUNTY, PA (WIVB) - Three people are dead after a two vehicle fatal accident Friday evening around 5:43 p.m. in Mercer County, PA.
62 year-old Robert Neubert II, of Amherst, was driving his Dodge Challenger southbound on I-79 when he lost control for an unknown reason.
According to the police report, Neubert continued through the median approximately 300 feet traveling onto the northbound lane. He struck a Chevy Cruze carrying two Pennsylvania residents, 54 year-old Susan Thomas and 44 year-old Mary Carmody, The Chevy Cruze vaulted over a guard rail before landing on its right side approximately 63 feet off the east shoulder.
Thomas and Carmody were pronounced dead at the scene. Neubert was transported to UPMC Horizon Greenville hospital by Life Force ambulance and was pronounced dead.
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