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Please always be extra careful driving on rural roads, especially with a car full of friends.

Police in Adams County, Pennsylvania are still investigating a November 4, 2011 car crash which killed a 19 year old Hanover man. According to reports, Ian C. Baker was killed after being a passenger in a single vehicle crash in the 100 block of Town Hill Road.

The crash appears to have occurred after a black 2003 Ford Explorer operated by Ian R. Brown, 18, of York Springs, was traveling south on Town Hill Road when it crossed over to the left side of the roadway and struck a mailbox and then ultimately overturned. Three other passengers were also in the car at the time of the incident. They were 18-year-old Catlin Smith, of Dillsburg, a female juvenile from Wellsville, and a male juvenile from Reading Township. All were injured.

The crash is still under investigation by both the Latimore Township Police and the State Police Troop H Collision Reconstruction Team. The Hanover Evening Sun reports that anyone who has information in regards to the crash, or who witnessed it, is asked to contact Latimore Township Police Dept. at 717-528-4121.

For more see the Evening Sun website below:

Scott B. Cooper

Schmidt Kramer PC
209 State Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 232-6300 – Telephone
(717) 232-6467 – Facsimile

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