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Construction worker killed in Pa. Turnpike crash identified

11 Octobre 2017

State police say a construction worker was killed while driving a backhoe across the eastbound lanes of the Pa. Turnpike on Tuesday morning in Franklin County.

Robert Marchetti, 63, of Drums, was operating a backhoe in the median at around mile 197.4 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the eastbound lane.

The driver of the vehicle, Peter J. Awadallah, 21, of Jackson, N.J., and a passenger, were both flown to hospitals, according to the report.

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Marchetti was ejected from the backhoe upon impact, and was pronounced dead at the scene by Franklin County Chief Deputy Coroner Paul T. Reed.

This story is part of a partnership between WITF and the Chambersburg Public Opinion.

Awadallah was flown to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, police said, and his passenger, Gerald Licollari, 20, of Staten Island, N.Y., was taken to Holy Spirit Hospital.

Construction worker killed in Pa. Turnpike crash identified