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Student Dies From Crash-Related Injuries


David J. Slezak, 20, a Penn College student from Loyalhanna, Westmoreland County, has died from injuries suffered in an auto accident Monday in White Deer Township, Union County. He was enrolled in the heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis major. Anyone wishing to receive counseling may contact Counseling Services at (570) 327-4765. A memorial brick will be placed in the Remembrance Garden, and the Penn College flag lowered to half-staff.

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