Penn. officer struck on highway, killed
The Evening Sun
NORTHERN YORK COUNTY, Penn. — Three Northern York County Regional police officers were reconstructing a fatal crash this morning when one officer was struck and killed, officials said.
The officer was hit by a 2006 Saturn Vue while setting up equipment to map out Sunday's crash. The impact knocked the officer over a guardrail and down a wooded incline. The officer died instantly, officials said.
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