PENNSYLVANIA, USA — Update (Nov. 16): Police have identified the victims as Tinnell A. Davis, 23, of Baltimore, and Cayla A. Raye, 23, of Aberdeen, Maryland.
Both died of multiple traumatic injuries, according to the Lancaster County Coroner's Office.
Their deaths were ruled accidental.
Update (Nov. 11, 9:45 a.m.): According to a PennDOT official, the crash involved one passenger vehicle and one box truck.
Initial crash investigation indicated a red Honda Accord was traveling west on Route 30 before crossing the grass median and colliding with a white box truck that was traveling east.
The box truck had three occupants in it that were all transported to a local hospital for "suspected minor injuries," according to the West Hempfield Township Police Department. The two occupants of the Honda Accord were pronounced dead at the scene by the Lancaster County Coroner's Office.
This crash is currently being investigated.
Anyone with information should contact the West Hempfield Township Police at 717-285-5191 or 1-800-957-2677.
A multi-vehicle crash on Route 30 near the exit to Route 441 has left two people dead, according to Sgt. Douglas Ober with the West Hempfield Township Police Department.
The crash has closed Route 30 eastbound between the exit to Route 441 and Prospect Road and Route 30 westbound between the Mountville exit and the exit to Route 441.
There is no confirmation on how many vehicles were involved in the crash at this time.
Ober said that westbound will be open to one lane in about two hours, but eastbound lanes will all be closed for longer than that.
Detours have been set up by fire police on scene.