Tyler Swenglish Death | Tyler Swenglish Obituary – Tyler Swenglish age 26 of Smithfield, has been identified as the vicitm killed when two motorcycles hit a van on East Fayette Street at its intersection with Route 40 (National Pike) Saturday evening.
One man was killed and another was seriously injured when two motorcycles hit a van on East Fayette Street at its intersection with Route 40 (National Pike) Saturday evening.
The deceased man was identified as Tyler Swenglish, 26, of Smithfield. He was pronounced dead on the scene. A second motorcycle driver, Skyler Shaffer, 27, of Masontown, was riding with Swenglish, and also hit the van moments after him at about 5:50 p.m., according to Uniontown City Police Lt. Tom Kolencik.
Shaffer was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, West Virginia with a serious leg injury. Dana Gaines, 44, of Uniontown was the driver of the van, police said.
Swenglish was riding a 2020 Harley-Davidson on East Fayette Street near City Motors when he hit the van, which was headed west on Route 40.
Shaffer told police he and Swenglish missed the turn onto Route 40 and went into the oncoming lane, according to Kolencik.
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