Jeffrey Suter Columbia Nc, Car Accident – According to the report that was made by the state police after investigating the collision that took place on Thursday afternoon in Cumberland County, a male driver who was 18 years old at the time of the incident and who was operating a Mustang at the time of the collision was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The accident took place in Cumberland County. The collision took place in the afternoon on Thursday.
According to the complaint that was submitted by the state police, the person who is said to have been behind the wheel of the 2008 Ford Mustang that was involved in the incident was Jeffrey L. Suter, who resides in East Pennsboro Township. Suter is also the person who is said to have been involved in the incident. On the stretch of Interstate 81 where the incident took place, the vehicle in question was traveling in the lanes that are designed for travel in that direction when it occurred.
Suter is accused of making an unsafe lane change at four o’clock in the afternoon, which resulted in him losing control of his car and going off the road just north of Exit 61: Wertzville Road. This is according to the statements made by the police, which were presented as evidence in the investigation. This was the reason why the accident took place in the first place. On the map that can be found down below, the location of the collision has been noted with an arrow.
After that, Suter was involved in an accident with another driver and their vehicle. After allegedly losing control, the Mustang careened off the road and into the grassy slope below it, as stated by the authorities. Reports indicate that Suter was able to sustain injuries at the scene of the collision that were so severe that he was unable to be saved and was consequently pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
The severity of the injuries that Suter sustained at the scene of the collision led to his inability to be saved. On Thursday afternoon, one of the lanes traveling northbound on Interstate 81 was closed for nearly to two hours while emergency services responded to a crisis that had taken place earlier in the day.