Adrian man dies in one-car wreck
An Armstrong County man died in single-vehicle accident early Friday in Washington Township.
William J. Bowser, 39, of Adrian was traveling south on Reesdale Road at about 1:46 a.m. when he lost control of his Jeep Wrangler, deputy coroner Brian K. Myers said.
The vehicle went off the roadway and rolled over, ejecting Bowser, Myers said. Emergency responders transported Bowser to Armstrong County Memorial Hospital where he died.
Bowser suffered blunt force trauma to the head and chest in the wreck, Myers said.
The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating, he said.
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