Butler County woman dies in car-truck crash
A Butler County woman was killed Monday when her car crossed the center of a slushy roadway and collided with a tanker truck.
Paige N. Organ, 19, of Prospect, died in the crash that occurred shortly after 11 a.m. along Oneida Valley Road, also known as Route 38, in Center, state police said. The driver of the tanker truck was not injured.
Troopers said Organ was driving south when she lost control while rounding a curve and collided with the northbound truck.
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