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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Driver In Fatal Crash Was Part Time Police Officer In Beaver County

Baden police officer, father, 3rd man die in truck crash


A part-time police officer in Beaver County, his father and a friend died early today when the officer's pickup truck crashed into a wooded area along Route 66 in McKean County.

State police are investigating the deaths of Andrew Snarey, 25, of Aliquippa, his father, George Snarey, 60, of Carnegie and Jeffrey Kramer, 28, of McDonald.

McKean County Deputy Coroner Sam Cummings said all three men were killed on impact when Snarey lost control of his Ford F-350 around 1:30 a.m. about one-tenth of a mile north of the Elk County line.

Snarey was a part-time officer for the Baden, Conway and Harmony police departments.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Jeff Kramer was a awesome man and a great brother-in-law to my son. My heart so heavy with saddness We are so sorry for your loss Becky and the Kramer family. Jeff was a son, brother, uncle, brother-in-law, soldier, Eagle scout, mentor, friend, hunter who loved the woods and forest, and was a harding working college student.who was truly a great person that will be missed by many. He always had a smile and a story. My heart and prayers so to the Kramer family. Rest in Peace to all

Anonymous said...

That is two accidents on 66 south of Kane in how many days?
Does anybody suspect illegal dumping of fracking fluids? Like what happened on rt 59 between route 6 and the Warren County line? They had to sand that section after at least 8 cars spun off the road! When illegal fracking fluid is dumped on the road you will see the tell-tale white foam bubbles during a rain from the surfactants in the frack fluids. I saw the white "soap bubbles" on that section of 66 earlier this year.