Ken Hagens Obituary, Death – A man who was from York Township was killed in an accident on Monday that took place early in the morning and involved a motorcycle. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. According to the report from the York County Coroner’s Office, Kenneth Hagens, who was 28 years old at the time of the accident, was declared dead at the scene of the incident. This information can be found in the report.

The collision took place on the 1400 block of Camp Betty Washington Road in York Township, Pennsylvania, just a few minutes after twelve o’clock in the morning. It was the wee hours of the morning. According to the York County Regional Police, Hagens was driving his motorcycle on Camp Betty Washington Road in the northbound direction just before midnight on Sunday when, it appears that he slid on a large patch of ice, which caused him to lose control of the motorcycle, which ultimately led to a disastrous outcome.

Hagens was ejected from the motorcycle and died at the scene. Despite the best efforts of the medical team that arrived to the incident, Hagens was declared dead at the scene of the collision where the collision occurred. Molly York, a deputy coroner for York County, was sent to the scene after receiving a call about the possibility of a death. When she arrived, she determined that a death had indeed occurred at the spot.

The results of the investigation that was carried out by the coroner indicate that Hagens was the victim of multiple blunt force trauma as a direct consequence of the accident, which ultimately resulted in his passing. These findings were determined based on the findings of the investigation that was carried out. A regular toxicology report has been obtained, notwithstanding the fact that there will not be an autopsy performed on the body.