Three from Quebec killed in Pennsylvania crash 0
Three people from Quebec are dead following a crash early Saturday on Interstate 81 in Pennsylvania.
Mamon Simard, 57, Danielle Joncas, 54, and Joncas' 17-year-old daughter, who was not identified, died when the driver fell asleep at the wheel around 2:15 a.m. Saturday, Pennsylvania State Police said in a report.
The report said the vehicle veered off the highway, travelled over a grass median, and launched over an embankment, travelling for about 100 feet through the air, before crashing into a concrete bridge support. The vehicle ended up on its passenger side.
The driver, Simard's 52-year-old husband Jocelyn Caron, and Joncas' husband Paul le-Roy-Audy, sustained minor injuries and were air lifted to a hospital in Danville, located 200 kim north of Philadelphia.
Caron had a broken foot, while leRoy-Audy had a broken arm.
Police said the two who survived the crash were wearing seatbelts, but the three who died were not.