August 11, 2011 - Philadelphia, Pa. - According to a report from Philly.com, a car accident killed 2 former Hatboro-Horsham lacrosse players, along with injuring 3 others, near the intersection of Witmer and Norristown roads.
The single car accident occurred on Saturday, August 6, when a vehicle driven by Connor McNicholas,19, had reached speeds of 99 mph according to witnesses.
McNicholas lost control of the vehicle which hit a curb and then drove into a front yard, hitting several trees. He, along with 2 other passengers, were taken to Abington Memorial Hospital. They suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Edward Taylor Coombs, 19, of Horsham and Robert Walker Nagel, 19, of Ambler, were pronounced dead at the scene of the car accident. Both had graduated from Hatboro-Horsham in 2010, where they played lacrosse.
If you were seriously injured in a car accident, you should speak with a Philadelphia personal injury attorney about your legal rights.
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