LOWER GWYNEDD FATAL CRASH

At least one person was ejected from the vehicle at Greycliffe Lane Tuesday night.

Emergency personnel on scene of fatal Lower Gwynedd crash on DeKalb Pike

Photo by James Short.

  • Public Safety

At least one person is dead after being ejected from an SUV that crashed into a utility pole on DeKalb Pike before coming to rest at the entrance to the Greycliffe at Lower Gwynedd neighborhood in Lower Gwynedd Township Tuesday night.

Next of kin has been notified, per county emergency radio traffic. 

DeKalb Pike is closed at Grasshopper Lane.

The accident occurred at 11:45 p.m. 

According to reports from the scene, a dark-colored Lexus SUV RX350 was northbound on DeKalb Pike, before hitting and snapping a utility pole, and coming to rest against a tree in a landscaped island at Greycliffe Lane about 10 yards from the pole. 

    By James Short   

The driver was ejected about 10 yards from the SUV. Emergency personnel covered the body with a white sheet as authorities processed the morbid scene.

Identity and gender of the deceased is unknown as of Wednesday morning. 

Lower Gwynedd Township Police are assisted at the scene by North Penn Vol. Fire Co., Centre Square Fire Co,, Wissahickon Fire Co., Montgomery Township Fire Police, and Community Ambulance Association EMS of Ambler.

Greycliffe is located on DeKalb Pike between Grasshopper Lane and School House Lane.

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Tony Di Domizio

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