South Park man dead after single-car accident in Washington County
Canonsburg police are investigating the death of a 38-year-old South Park man, who was found unresponsive following a low-speed traffic accident Thursday, according to Washington County Coroner Timothy Warco.
Mark Anthony Fox of Patrick Place died at the Canonsburg Hospital emergency room.
Witnesses reported seeing a Chevrolet pick-up truck pull onto Cavasina Drive from a restaurant parking lot. The vehicle, traveling at a low speed, struck two other vehicles and then a sign pole, where it came to a stop.
Fox was unresponsive. Witnesses removed him from the car and began CPR before he was taken to the hospital.
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