Earth Donato Death – Earth Donato has passed away unexpectedly. The New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania resident was confirmed dead on Monday, August 14, 2023. Earth died leaving behind many who knew him devastated and heartbroken after learning of his sudden passing.
It is a sad time for the friends and loved ones of Earth Donato who are left heartbroken and devastated by his sudden death. The public is urged to keep the whole family of Earth Donato in their thoughts and prayers at this time of grief.
Who was Earth Donato?
Earth Donato was a resident of New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he lived until his time of death. He worked as a Union Operator at Swank Construction. Earth created some of the awesome memories during the course of his life. Without any doubt, he will always be missed.
Earth Donato obituary and funeral plans will be released by his family
Related Article: 5 dead following Western Pennsylvania explosion destroying homes
On Sunday, police said that a home explosion in western Pennsylvania had resulted in the deaths of five individuals and caused damage to at least a dozen more buildings. The explosion had destroyed three structures.
After the explosion that occurred on Saturday just before 10:30 a.m. in the borough of Plum Borough, which is located around 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of Pittsburgh, Police Chief Lanny Conley stated that the remains of four adults and one juvenile were found from the scene.
According to Steve Imbarlina, the deputy director of fire and emergency services for Allegheny County, two of the three persons who were transported to hospitals were discharged, while the other remained in serious condition. On the site, fifty-seven firemen were evaluated and given treatment for various injuries.
It is anticipated that the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office would release further details on the victims who have passed away.
After the explosion, which destroyed one house and left two others engulfed in flames, emergency personnel reported that individuals were trapped beneath rubble, according to Amie Downs, a spokesman for the county. With the assistance of water tankers from Allegheny and Westmoreland counties, crews from at least eighteen different fire departments worked together to extinguish the fires.
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