• 1 killed, another hurt in car vs. truck accident on I-79 near Cranberry

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    CRANBERRY, Pa. - One person died and another was hurt after a car and truck towing a camper collided on Interstate 79 near Cranberry Friday morning. 

    The accident was reported just after 10 a.m.

    According to state troopers, a driver in a small Plymouth car was sitting on the berm of the road without his hazard lights on when he made a left turn directly into traffic.

    The driver of the truck said he could not brake in time and hit the car head-on.

    The driver of the car was killed and a 20-year-old passenger was seriously hurt.

    Three people inside the truck were not hurt. 

    Police continue to investigate the exact cause of the crash. 

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