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Victim identified from fatal crash in Manheim Township

Erika Crossen, 33, from Millersville, was identified as the driver that struck another vehicle on Route 222.
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LANCASTER, Pa. — Update July 18: The Lancaster County Coroner's Office has revealed the identity of the woman killed in the fatal motor vehicle crash Friday night. 

Erika Crossen, 33, from Millersville was pronounced dead at the scene. 

An examination was performed on Crossen and the results are currently pending. 

Update 10:37 p.m.: A 33-year-old woman from Millersville has been identified as the driver of the vehicle that caused a fatal crash.

When police arrived at the scene, an off-duty paramedic was trying to resuscitate the unconscious woman. The life-saving efforts were ultimately unsuccessful.

Police say the driver of the other vehicle had non-life-threatening injuries. 

No further information is being released at this point while police notify her next of kin.

The investigation into this crash is ongoing.

Update 10:21 p.m.: The crash investigation has finished and Route 222 South is now open, according to the Manheim Township Police Department.

Update 9:23 p.m: According to police, one woman was pronounced dead at the scene. 

Original article: A multi-vehicle crash has left all lanes closed on US 222 southbound in Manheim Township. 

Lanes between Exit Pa. 272- Oregon Pike and Exit 30 West/Pa. 283 West/US 222 South - York/Harrisburg are currently closed. 

There is currently no information on the cause of the crash, how many vehicles were involved, or if there are any injuries.

According to Manheim Township Police, a fatal crash investigation is ongoing. 

It is also unclear when the lanes will reopen. 

This is a developing story. FOX43 will provide updates as they become available.

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