Police ID woman killed in Route 222 work-zone crash

Lancaster

REAMSTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) – A Florida truck driver failed to stop for traffic in a Route 222 construction zone, causing a four-vehicle crash that killed a Reading woman and closed the southbound lanes for several hours, police said.

State police identified the woman killed as 57-year-old Evelyn Nazario. She was driving a Pontiac G6, the first car struck by the tractor-trailer near the East Church Street overpass near Reamstown.

The tractor-trailer then collided with a Dodge van occupied by a woman and her child and a Ford F-150 pickup before leaving the roadway and striking a tree. The truck driver, a 53-year-old Florida man, was traveling with his juvenile son, police said. All five occupants of those vehicles were transported for medical treatment.

The crash at 8:30 a.m. closed all southbound lanes between the Turnpike interchange and the exit for Brownstown and Rothsville. Route 222 South reopened after 6 p.m.

Police said any charges will be made after consulting with the district attorney’s office.


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