FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — A crash in Franklin County resulted in the death of two drivers on Monday, Feb. 6.

According to the Pennsylvania State Police, on Monday Feb. 6 at 2:01 p.m., the driver of a Ford Transit, who was identified as 69-year-old Richard Cowan of Chambersburg, was traveling eastbound on SR-30. Cowan was traveling with a passenger in his vehicle.

The driver of a Hyundai Accent, who was identified as 42-year-old Mura Boyce of Mercersburg, was traveling west on SR-30.

According to police, Cowan crossed over the center turn lane and struck Boyce’s vehicle head-on.

Police stated that Cowan’s vehicle came to rest facing northbound in both lanes of SR-30. Boyce’s vehicle came to rest facing north in a field off the westbound lane of SR-30.

Both Cowan and Boyce passed away due to fatal injuries sustained from the crash. The passenger in Cowan’s vehicle sustained suspected minor injuries, according to police.

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The vehicles sustained disabling damage and were removed by Abe’s Auto. Saint Thomas Fire department, MMPW Fire Department, Chambersburg Fire Department EMS, WellSpan EMS, Life Net 8-1, LifeLion 3, Franklin County Fire Police, Franklin County Coroner, and Abe’s Auto Services assisted at the scene.