Mary Gordon Obituary, Death – Mary Gordon, 59, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania died in a tragic car accident. according to report, a single-vehicle accident that occurred early on Sunday morning close to the state line that divides Pennsylvania and Maryland claimed the lives of nine people who were from the Chambersburg, Pennsylvania area. The accident occurred near the state line that separates Pennsylvania and Maryland. Each of the victims was a resident of the state of Pennsylvania. While traveling on Little Cove Road in her 2018 Dodge Journey, Mary Gordon, who was 59 years old at the time, suddenly became disoriented and crashed into a tree. It was approximately 1:56 in the morning when the incident took place.
Deputy York County Coroner Kayla Starner stated that Gordon was airlifted and taken to WellSpan York Hospital where she died an accidental death caused by multiple blunt force injuries. Starner said that Gordon was pronounced dead at the hospital. According to Starner, the medical staff at the hospital confirmed that Gordon had passed away. Starner continued by saying that it had been determined that an accident was the cause of Gordon’s death. At the same moment, the prognosis for both of her granddaughters’ conditions at the Fulton County Medical Center was given as terminal. Both of them put “0 years” as their age on the death certificates that were issued in their respective states.
The remaining five passengers were also hurt, and all of them were taken to local hospitals to be treated for their injuries. There were a total of ten people injured in the accident. There was also a male participant who was 17 years old, and there were four female participants who were 3, 7, 15, and 16 years old, respectively. In addition, there was a male participant who was 17 years old. In addition, an ambulance was used to transport a woman in her 30s who required medical attention to the nearby hospital. As part of their investigation, the Pennsylvania State Police are currently trying to piece together what happened in the moments before the collision.