Kaden Rabender Death – The teen killed in a fiery collision near Route 307 in Lackawanna County on Saturday morning has been identified. A Jeep Station Waggon was driving along Route 307 in Spring Brook Township, Lackawanna County, on Saturday around 5:55 a.m., when the vehicle left the roadway and crashed down a steep embankment, causing the passenger, a 17-year-old named Kadan Rabender, to be ejected and the vehicle to catch fire. This information was provided by the Lackawanna County Coroner, Tim Rowland.
As a result of sustaining several life-threatening injuries, Rabender, a student at North Pocono High School, was pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident. On Saturday morning, crews from Rescue and Tanker 14, as well as EMS, provided assistance to Covington Independent Fire Company and Moscow Fire and Hose Company while they worked to put out the fire and perform a rope rescue. This assistance lasted for three hours.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police, there is no information available regarding the condition of the vehicle’s driver, and the reason for the collision is not known at this time. PSP has opened an investigation into what caused the crash at this time.
Kadan Rabender Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Two injured in Wednesday crash on Route 307
After a car accident late Wednesday morning, two drivers were transported to the hospital with injuries. On May 31, at 10:51 a.m., an accident involving two vehicles was reported at the intersection of Route 307 and Route 460 in Rice. According to Fire Chief Daniel Clark of the Farmville Volunteer Fire Department, he and his staff were requested to assist the Rice Volunteer Fire Department with the accident because it occurred within their jurisdiction.
As soon as they arrived at the accident scene, both drivers were treated by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel. One driver was transported by ambulance to Centra Southside Community Hospital, while the other was airlifted by Medflight. At this time, the cause of this collision is unknown, and the Virginia State Police are conducting an investigation. According to Clark, fire and emergency medical services were unable to determine the cause of the collision because they were treating the two injured parties. Clark did report that both vehicles were in the intersection’s centre when the collision occurred. “The road was reopened shortly thereafter,” Clark stated.
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