By | November 19, 2021
Three people in their 20s were killed in crashes last week

Tinnell A. Davis Jr., 23, of Baltimore, Maryland; and Cayla A. Raye, 23, of Aberdeen, Maryland Death – Authorities have identified three people in their 20s as the victims who were killed in crashes on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, just miles apart in Lancaster County.

Chief Deputy Coroner Eric Bieber said the couple’s deaths were ruled accidental as a result of multiple traumatic injuries. Davis and Raye died when their red Honda Accord crossed from the westbound side of Route 30 onto the eastbound and crashed into a white box truck, according to West Hempfield Township police.

Tinnell A. Davis Jr., 23, of Baltimore, Maryland; and Cayla A. Raye, 23, of Aberdeen, Maryland were identified as the victims, according to the Lancaster County Coroner’s Office. Davis and Raye were identified as couples, according to Corona’s Office.

The couple was pronounced dead at the scene. The box truck’s three occupants were taken to a hospital with minor injuries, police said.

Another report revealed, the morning fatal crash took place near Route 30′s intersection with Prospect Road, where police said 29-year-old motorcyclist Michael Mylott, of Mountville, was killed in a crash hours later.

Mylott died after being transported to a hospital, report says he died from traumatic injuries. The pickup truck’s driver was not injured, police said.

Investigator reported that Mylott was driving south on Prospect Road toward the Route 30 on-ramp when he was hit by a white Ford pickup truck around 5:17 p.m.