By Greg Bock
MCKEE - Police continue to investigate a Route 36 crash that killed a Duncansville woman.
Victoria Brooke Lingenfelter, 23, died Thursday of multiple injuries suffered after her 1994 Pontiac Grand Am was involved in a crash with two other vehicles about 7:15 p.m., police and Blair County Deputy Coroner Jeffrey Guyer said Friday.
Please see obituary, Page A9.
Freedom Township police Officer David Flaig said the crash occurred on the Woodbury Pike near Best Way Pizza and involved the Pontiac, a Mercedes-Benz and a 1994 Ford pickup truck.
Lingenfelter, a 2007 graduate of Bishop Guilfoyle High School and St. Francis University alumna, was pronounced dead at the scene, Guyer said.
According to a recent announcement published in the Mirror, Lingenfelter was engaged with a wedding planned for Oct. 6.
"It's still under investigation," Flaig said of the crash, declining to go into more details on what happened on the rain-soaked highway.
Two passengers of the pickup truck were taken to Altoona Regional with unknown injuries.
Flaig said police were assisted at the scene by Greenfield Township and Roaring Spring police and the Blair County Sheriff's Department. Firefighters from Duncansville, Freedom Township and Roaring Spring were at the scene along with AMED and the Hollidaysburg American Legion Ambulance Service.
Route 36 was closed for two hours, and state police crash investigators were called to the scene, Flaig said.
A funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Newry.
Mirror Staff Writer Greg Bock is at 946-7458.