Lebanon young man killed in a two vehicle crash

A 22-year-old Lebanon man was killed Sunday night in a two-vehicle crash in the 1900 block of East Cumberland Street (Route 422) in South Lebanon Township.

Police said Zakari Alan Bennett of 523 Cumberland St., Apartment 2, Lebanon, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police were dispatched at 7:10 p.m. for a reported two-vehicle crash with roll over and injuries. Occupants of both vehicles sustained injuries.

Bennett is the fourth person to die this year from injuries suffered in a crash on Lebanon County roads, according to Lebanon Daily News records.

The Lebanon County Accident Reconstruction Team is assisting with the ongoing investigation. Anyone with information about the crash is requested to contact South Lebanon Police at 717-274-0481.

At least one person died as the result of a two-vehicle accident in the 1900 block of East Cumberland Street in South Lebanon Township Sunday evening. A police report was not available Sunday evening.

Weavertown, Avon Citizens, Friendship, Hebron and Lebanon city fire crews along with First Aid and Safety Patrol and Life Lion helicopter were dispatched to the accident at 1904 E. Cumberland St. (Route 422), at 7:10 p.m. Sunday. According to dispatch reports, the accident involved a rollover, with one person entrapped.

At least three people were involved in the accident, according to dispatch reports, One person was flown by Life Lion to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Derry Township. A 7-year-old child also was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital by ambulance and later transferred to Hershey Medical Center, according to on-scene dispatch reports.

The accident blocked traffic on Route 422. Fire police set up detours at 15th Avenue and near Prescott Road. A tractor-trailer struck a utility pole near King Street while trying to maneuver around the detours, according to dispatch reports.

An accident reconstruction officer was on the scene Sunday evening.

Other details about the accident were not available Sunday night.