One Dead, Three Injured after ATV Crash

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AUBURN TOWNSHIP -- One man was killed and three others were hurt after an ATV crash in Susquehanna County.

Police said the driver lost control of the ATV around 8:00 p.m. Friday on Place Road in Auburn Township and hit a rock wall.

Officials said Jeremy Mowry, 38, of Meshoppen died from his injuries. The driver, Cody Mosher, 23, of Laceyville was injured along with two other passengers, Alexander Mowry of Meshoppen and a 12-year-old boy. There is no word on their conditions.

The crash is still under investigation.



  • G

    I am one of Jeremy’s cousins, on behalf of all my family, we would like to thank you all for your prayers, we all need them. We know Jeremy and his smile will always be with us  no matter what, and though our family will never be the same, we are grateful for the community around us. Thank you everyone

  • Amy Harrison

    I went to school with Jeremy he will greatly be missed by all who knew him my deepest condolences to the family. Our hearts are grieving with you as well.

  • Melanie

    So sad this happened sorry for your loss.
    I don’t get it 4 riders on 1 AT V????? What’s wrong with this picture?

  • Laura

    I miss you so much Uncle Jeremy. It hurts to see this and imagine what you went through. 💔 you’ll forever be in my heart. Love you. 💕

    • triumphbob

      “these things dont kill”….its all about the operator and their respect for the vehicle just as in any vehicle….thats as dumb as saying “guns kill people” when in fact its the person holding the gun…

  • Mike Loncoski

    ATV’s are extremely dangerous. I cringe when I see people riding them where they are not supposed to, especially the children. Parents should not let their children ride or drive them.

    • Bubble Boy

      You’re Right! I feel the same way about the newfangled horseless carriage. We see so many awful accidents. I cringe when I see people driving them upon our post roads, especially the fairer gender. Our local constabulary should stop their use immediately. I shall write a letter to president Theodore Roosevelt at once. At the same time, I’m very sorry for the victim’s family.

    • Archer

      Agreed! I cringed every time I saw a kid on one of these things! BUT, I was told because I was from the city, I just don’t get it. Well what I don’t get is the bodies piling up from these accidents lately! So sorry for the family and friends for your loss. And they are not supposed to be driven on the street if I am correct, my husband told me that and he is from here in NEPA; I saw a kid driving one on a busy main road the other day!

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