One individual was killed when Adrian Osvaldo Sura Reyes allegedly drove via a profit in Berwick, Pennsylvania, and injured 17.
A Pennsylvania man who killed one individual and injured 17 others when he crossed a crowd on Saturday, then crossed the river and killed his mom.
Adrian Oswaldo Sura Reyes, 24, allegedly drove via a crowd attending a profit in Berwick for victims of a house fireplace earlier this month, as CrimeOnline beforehand reported.
The Baker household misplaced 10 members, aged 79, to a fireplace in Neskopek on August 5, simply throughout the Susquehanna River from Berwick. Three adults survived the flames.
The Division of Intoxicology was internet hosting an out of doors profit for the Bar & Restaurant household.
Police mentioned that after Reyes went via a crowd of advantages, he walked throughout the river to Nescopak, the place he hit his mom after which beat her with a hammer. The Washington Publish mentioned the Luzerne County coroner’s workplace on Sunday recognized her as 56-year-old Rosa D. Reyes. She was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
These killed within the automotive accident in Berwick are but to be recognized. Geisinger Medical Middle spokesman Matt Mattei mentioned the power handled 15 sufferers at a number of of its areas. On Sunday, eight folks had been hospitalized on the Danville location, 5 of whom had been in vital situation and three had been in good situation. 4 others had been handled and launched, the Publish mentioned.
The Occasions chief mentioned one individual was taken to Geisinger Bloomberg and two had been taken to Geisinger Wyoming Valley. One other individual was taken to Berwick Hospital.
The Division of Intoxicology introduced that it might be closed “till additional discover” in a submit on its Fb web page.
The Publish mentioned Sura Reyes had been convicted of two counts of felony murder.
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[Featured image: Volunteer firefighter Harold Baker is comforted after the benefit crash in Berwick. Baker responded to the Nescopeck fire on August 5 that killed 10 members of his family. (Bob Kalinowski/The Citizens’ Voice via AP)]