Nazareth Woman Behind Wheel of Fatal One-Car Crash at Bus Stop
Two pedestrians were killed when Caitlyn Clark, 26, of Nazareth lost control of her SUV Monday afternoon and crashed into a LANTA bus stop in Hanover Township, Lehigh County.
A Nazareth woman was behind the wheel of a sport-utility vehicle that careened into a bus stop -- killing two pedestrians -- in Hanover Township, Lehigh County, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
Angel Bosch, 28, of Easton, died at a hospital after the 3:26 p.m. crash near the Lehigh Valley International Airport, according to a report in The Express-Times. Elias Tabarani, 51, of Allentown, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say Caitlyn Clark, 26, of Nazareth, was traveling east on Race Street when, for unknown reasons, she lost control of her 1996 Nissan Pathfinder.
As Clark approached the Cascade Drive intersection, according to police, she drove onto a grassy area, struck a utility pole and, lastly, hit four men waiting at a LANTA bus stop.
Two of the men, including Tabarani, were trapped under the vehicle, police said.
Angel Guerrido-Lopez, 38, and Lawrence Oyster, 37, both of Allentown, were transported to area hospitals for treatment, as was Clark.
According to court records, Clark was cited for speeding in Alburtis on May 8. The case is "inactive" because she did not submit a plea.
Anyone who witnessed the crash and has yet to be interviewed is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police at (610) 861-2026.