WEST BRANDYWINE TWP., Pa. - One person is dead and another injured in a two-vehicle crash in Chester County Friday night, according to West Brandywine Township police.
Police responded to the crash on the 600 block of East Reeceville Road in West Brandywine Township.
The East Brandywine Fire Company and several ambulances also responded to the scene.
Three officers were treated for smoke inhalation injuries after removing the unconscious female driver from her car, which was on fire.
The female driver died from her injuries.
The three officers were transported by ambulance to Paoli Hospital for their injuries and were released the same night.
The driver of the second vehicle was injured and taken to the hospital.
The extent of the second driver's injuries are unknown.
The road was shut down for several hours while the accident was investigated.
The accident remains under investigation.
Stay tuned to 69 News for further updates.
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