Update: Child Dies in Route 307 Rollover, Investigation Continues

TUNKHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, WYOMING COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV)  Update Police now tell Eyewitness News that a two year old child died in a rollover crash on Route 307 in Tunkhannock Township Wyoming County on Thursday.
     According to Tunkhannock Township police, two year old  Alisia Nolan died in the crash.
    The driver of the car, 19 year old Catherine Malave was also injured in the crash.  There is no update on her condition.
    The crash remains under investigation.

Original Story:

State Police and Tunkhannock Township Police are investigating a roll over crash on Route 307 in Tunkhannock Township in Wyoming County.

They were called to the scene just before 1 pm on Thursday.

It happened on a section of Route 307 also known as the Roosevelt Highway.

  According to our crew on the scene the driver for some reason lost control of the vehicle, the car flipped and ended up hitting a tree.

A female driver and a child in a safety seat were inside the vehicle.  A passerby helped them out.

Both were taken to the hospital for treatment,

The roadway will be closed by police investigate.


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