Weekend crashes kill two Pa. men
By STACEY DANZUSO
Two Franklin County, Pa., men were killed over the weekend in separate car crashes.
In the first accident, Ronald Leggett, 54, of 11888 Furnace Road, Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., was traveling westbound on Pa. 16 when he collided head-on with a truck Saturday morning, according to Washington Township Police and Chief Deputy Assistant Coroner Ken Peiffer.
Peiffer said Leggett died instantly from multiple trauma in the 9:35 a.m. accident.
Leggett was on his way to a chiropractor appointment when the accident occurred, said his wife, Kathryn Leggett.
He is survived by three children and three grandchildren, she said.
The Leggetts moved to Franklin County 15 years ago from Toledo, Ohio, for a job opportunity.
Leggett worked as a supervisor of maintenance in the machine shop at Knorr Brake in Westminster, Md., Kathryn Leggett said.
He also loved the outdoors and enjoyed fishing and camping, she said.