Richard Cowan Obituary, Death – Maura Boyce, who was originally from Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, and Richard E. Cowan, who was originally from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, have been identified as the victims of a fatal vehicle accident that took place on Monday in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. The accident occurred on a Monday. Both victims were originally from Pennsylvania.
incident occurred in the wee hours of the morning. Both of the victims were originally from the area that is now known as Pennsylvania, which was at the time known as the state of Pennsylvania. At the scene of a head-on collision that took place on Monday afternoon in Saint Thomas Township, authorities determined that both Boyce, age 42, and Cowan, age 69, had succumbed to their injuries and pronounced them dead.
The authorities made the determination that both victims had passed away as a result of their injuries at the scene itself, and they were correct in their assessment. According to the reports, Cowan was operating a vehicle on Route 30 in Saint Thomas, in the vicinity of Campbells Run Road, at around 2:00 p.m. on Monday when, for reasons that are currently unknown, the vehicle crossed the centerlines and entered opposing lanes.
The incident occurred close to where Campbells Run Road is located. According to reports, Cowan was the one driving the vehicle at the time. Cowan was reportedly the one driving the vehicle at the time in question, according to the reports. Almost immediately after that, a collision occurred between that vehicle and another vehicle, which was being driven by Boyce. Both drivers were injured. Both automobiles were involved in a head-on collision with one another.
Boyce and Cowan both passed away as a direct result of the injuries that they sustained as a direct consequence of the collision that resulted in both of their deaths. The collision was the direct cause of both of their deaths. The investigation into the accident is still underway, and the investigators are attempting to ascertain the factors that contributed to the occurrence of the accident.