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CALN TWP., Pa. (WPVI) — The life of a young woman was claimed by a hit-an-run driver Thursday

night, and police are asking for the public’s help in finding the driver responsible.

It was 10:55 p.m. when 19-year old Ke’aysa Gray of Coatesville was walking along the 3400 block of

Lincoln Highway in Thorndale.

Investigators say Gray was walking westbound along Lincoln Highway when she was struck by a

vehicle traveling west.

The vehicle continued without stopping.

Gray was transported to Brandywine Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Based on evidence recovered at the scene, police believe the striking vehicle to be a 2009-2011 gray

or silver Honda Pilot SUV. They say the vehicle likely sustained moderate damage to the right front

portion of the vehicle.

Anyone with any information regarding the vehicle and/or driver is urged to contact police

at 610-383-1821.

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Chester County Crash

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One person is dead and another injured after a crash in Chester County.

Police say shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday the driver of a Hyundai Tiburon lost control

at the intersection of East Reeceville and Zynn Road and smashed into a utility pole.

The condition of the injured person, who was taken to Paoli Hospital, has not been

released.

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LOWER OXFORD, Pa. – May 27, 2012 – State police say two brothers were killed when a

car collided with a truck hauling a milk tanker in Chester County.  Police say the crash

happened at about 9:44 p.m. Saturday on Route 472 in Lower Oxford Township.  Trooper

Dennis Harding says the coupe failed to stop at a stop sign and went into the path of the

oncoming truck, which was hauling a milk tanker-trailer.  Brothers 21-year-old Brett Peir-

son of New Providence and 24-year-old Jeffrey Peirson of Lancaster were pronounced

dead at the scene. Neither was using a seat belt.  The truck driver was treated for a minor

injury. Officials say both vehicles were heavily damaged.

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