Butler County man struck, killed by van
A North Washington, Butler County, man was killed when he was hit by a van late Friday, state police said.
According to a police news release, Cody Wiles, 21, was walking southbound in the northbound lane of Oneida Valley Road in Washington, Butler County around 10:30 p.m. Friday. Andrew Cohen, 47, of Stroudsburg, was driving south, and pulled into the northbound lane in a marked passing zone to pass another motorist . While pulling back into the southbound lane, Cohen's van hit Wiles, police said.
Wiles was pronounced dead at Butler Memorial Hospital. Police said an investigation continues.
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