PennDOT Worker Robert Gensimore Hit and Killed by Car on Icy I-99 in Logan Township
Logan Township, Pennsylvania (February 18, 2018) – A 45-year Spruce Creek man was killed in an auto-pedestrian collision Saturday afternoon in Logan Township in Blair County, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
The deadly wreck occurred at around 3:41 p.m. Saturday, February 17, along I-99 southbound lane just north of the Kettle Road area in Logan Township.
The state police said Robert Gensimore was setting up flares warning drivers of a crash scene along I-99 when a 29-year-old State College driver, Guanglong Hu, lost control of his Chevy Cobalt and struck Gensimore.
The PennDOT worker died at the incident scene, police said.
An investigation into the deadly wreck remained underway.
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