By: Jim Lokay

PINE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – One person was killed Tuesday morning in a two-vehicle accident in Pine Township.

According to Northern Regional Police, the crash occurred around 8:30 a.m. along Route 910 near the intersection with Hill Road.

Lieutenant John Love told KDKA that the driver of a blue Toyota coupe lost control of the vehicle and was struck by an oncoming pickup truck.

He reported that the road was likely slickened by the snow and ice, which pelted the region throughout most of the morning.

The crash and ensuing investigation forced the closure of Route 910 between North Chapel Road and Pearce Mill Road through the early afternoon. The road was reopened around 2 p.m.

The man killed in the crash has been identified as 56-year-old Bradley Livezey of the Wexford area. He was a world-renowned bird expert with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

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