PHILADELPHIA, PA — A rear-end accident killed one man in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sunday, April 6th, 2014, according to the report from NBC Philadelphia.
Investigators believe Aaron Carabajal was killed when the vehicle he was in was struck by a vehicle from the rear while driving on Interstate 95. The accident was reported around 3:00 in the morning on Sunday.
Scene of the Accident
Aaron Carabajal was pronounced dead on the scene by EMS responders when they arrived. The driver of the other vehicle was identified in the news article as Gabriel Sanchez, who currently faces drunk driving related charges in connection with the crash.
Pennsylvania State Police are currently helping local authorities with the crash investigation.
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