Crash kills Pa. man

A Pennsylvania man was killed and six others were injured in a auto accident on Route 130 in Florence Township.

By: Scott Morgan
   FLORENCE — A Pennsylvania man was killed and six others injured in a high-speed, three-car accident on Route 130 Saturday that police said was one of the worst accidents in the township’s history.
   Glenn A. Wright, 34, of Lansdale, Pa., died after his 1998 Dodge truck spun out of control, struck a telephone pole, skid across both southbound lanes of Route 130 and crossed into the northbound lanes, where it struck head-on a 1995 Chevy van driven by 42-year-old Sabit Bekar of Beverly, police reported.
   Police said Mr. Wright’s truck was then hit by a third vehicle, a 1993 Ford van driven by 44-year-old David S. Devaney of Cranbury. The investigation revealed that Mr. Wright was killed upon impact with Mr. Bekar’s van.
   Police arrived at the scene at 3:45 p.m. to find Mr. Wright’s truck at rest against a street sign near the corner of Route 130 and Fairbrook Drive, they said.
   Six people — the drivers of the two other vehicles and their four passengers, whose names were not given, were taken to Capital Health Systems, Fuld Campus Trauma Unit, in Trenton. Both drivers and all passengers suffered head and internal injuries and remain in critical condition, police said Monday.
   Police had no other information, but said the accident is under investigation. There was no word on whether alcohol was a factor, but police said toxicity tests are due late in the week.