over a dozen people injured on Saturday vehicle wowed the crowd in Berwick, Pennsylvania, officials said.
Geisinger Medical Center, in near Danville, had admitted 13 patients by midnight, spokeswoman Natalie Buini said by email. Terms of there were no wounded available.
“Staff assesses and triages patients for appropriate care,” Buini said.
NBC affiliate WBRE of Wilkes-Barre reported that vehicle hit a few people who were at a charity event in area of Berwick.
AT crowds gathered to raise funds for families of three children and seven adults who died in early morning house fire 5th of August in nearby Neskopek.
The Saturday benefit took place in the bar of the intoxicology department. restaurant. People had also collected in nearby open space various the sellers and the draw of the basket were set up under the tents. Benefit also water balloon included fight and dunk tank, according to the bar social media.
“We can never replace these people that were lost, but we can make ours best” to support familybar owner Lauren Hess told NBC affiliate WBRE. of Wilkes-Barre at the Benefit on Saturday.
Saturday night at the bar posted on Facebook that it will be closed until further notice.
“Today was an absolute tragedy,” post said. “Please respect our privacy while we mourn and try to process events what happened.”
The Aug. 5 fire investigation is ongoing, with the Pennsylvania State Police calling the case “complicated.” criminal investigation,” according to WBRE.
AT fire broken out until 3 am and first Respondents reported flames that repelled their attempts to get inside two story home and rescue, authorities said later that day.
AT home was burned to the ground and remains were discovered when the authorities were rummaging through the rubble.
Among the dead were seven adults within in aged 19 to 79, two boys aged 5 and 6 and a 7-year-old old woman, according to the Pennsylvania State Police.
Neskopek – city of more than 1600 people about 48 miles southwest of Scranton.