A Hanover teenager is charged with involuntary manslaughter and other offenses for allegedly causing a three-vehicle crash in Jackson Township that killed a woman in September.
Because the 17-year-old is charged as a juvenile, her name has not been released.
She remains free and also is charged with homicide by vehicle, reckless endangerment, running a stop sign and careless driving, according to police, who said the charges were filed after consultation with the York County District Attorney's Office.
Northern York County Regional Police said the teen caused a Sept. 16 crash that killed Kimberly Shipley, 48, of East Berlin. Shipley was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, police said.
According to police, the teen was driving a Dodge Avenger southbound on Biesecker Road about 11:45 a.m. and ran the stop sign at East Berlin Road.
The accident: Her car struck Shipley's westbound Chrysler Cirrus, causing it to careen into the eastbound lane and collide with an eastbound Kia SUV driven by Mary Von Bank, 28, of Dover, police said.
Von Bank and her two passengers were taken to York Hospital with moderate injuries, police said.
The Hanover teen and her two passengers -- her boyfriend and their baby -- were treated at Hanover Hospital, according to police.
Police said the teen driver was not intoxicated and was not driving at an excessive speed.
She also was not talking on a cell phone or texting, police said.
Because her name has not been released, it's unclear whether she has retained an attorney.
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