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Saturday, November 26, 2011

3 Men Dead, One Life Flighted In James City Hill Crash Early Saturday

Three men are dead and another seriously injured as a result of a truck crash early Saturday morning on Route 66, south of Kane, PA in Wetmore Township, McKean County.

Dead in the 1:30 am crash of the black Ford F-350 in which they were traveling are:

Andrew J. Snarey, 25, of 1175 Airport Road, Alquippa, PA, who was the driver;
George H. Snarey, 60, of 115 Boden Avenue, Apt. 38, Carnegie, PA; and
Jeffrey W. Kramer, 28, of 1263 Oakridge Road, McDonald, PA.

Seriously injured and life flighted to Hamot Medical Center in Erie was:

Todd Kosenina, 42, of 78 Enlow Road, Imperial, PA.

Trooper Mary Gausman, of the Kane PSP station, said in a news release this morning that the crash occurred as the truck was traveling northbound on Route 66, just into McKean County. As Andrew Snarey began to descend James City Hill, the truck traveled off the east side of the roadway and the right rear impacted with a tree. The truck struck two more trees, and then flipped once, end over end, coming to rest on it's roof on the east side of the road.

All occupants remained in the vehicle due to being seat belted. The driver and two passengers were killed on impact. The surviving passenger was flown to Hamot with moderate injuries.

Andrew Snarey was a part-time officer with the Baden, Conway, and Harmony Police Departments in Beaver County. Snarey was on a hunting trip with family and friends at the time of the crash. George Snarey was his father and Jeffrey Kramer was his cousin.

The crash investigation is ongoing. Bradford Era Photo Link

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