NEWS Collegeville man dies from accidental injuries

Collegeville man dies from accidental injuries

Norristown, PA – Max Moliken, 21, of Collegeville, was involved in a pedestrian-vehicle accident near the intersection of Second and Park Avenues on Tuesday (December 13, 2022) at approximately 4:00 p.m. was seriously injured and “died of his injuries,” Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele acknowledged in his office’s latest statement on Thursday (December 15).

Moliken was airlifted by helicopter from the scene of the accident to hospital for treatment. Steele reported Wednesday (Dec. 14) that his office, the Collegeville Police Department and the County Detective’s Department are investigating the accident. He noted that the investigation is continuing and that the driver involved is cooperating with police.

  • Read an early report on the incident released Thursday postalthe following.

DA County police investigate Collegeville accident

Norristown, Pa. — Collegeville Police Department and Montgomery County Police Department and Montgomery County The District Attorney’s Office is investigating the accident.

The accident occurred around 4 p.m. at the intersection of Second and Park Avenues when a white Nissan Rogue collided with pedestrians and borough resident Max Moliken. “Police arrived and found the victim lying on the road with multiple serious injuries,” Steele said on Wednesday (December 14).

Moliken was taken to Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he is in critical condition.

The driver of the Nissan rogue, who was not identified by Steele, was not injured and “remained at the scene and has been cooperating with police,” the district attorney noted.

The announcement said the investigation is expected to take several weeks. The borough is doing the work, with the assistance of members of the County Detective Bureau and the District Accident Reconstruction Team.

Photo by Max Fleischman via Unsplash, used with permission

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