Clinic in Susquehanna County to be Built in Memory of Crash Victim

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LENOX TOWNSHIP -- A crash victim's memory was honored in Susquehanna County.

Friends and relatives of Andrew Mazza gathered at Creekside Grove in Lenoxville on Saturday to raise money for a community health clinic.

The NEPA Community Health Care facility will be built in Clifford.

We spoke with Andrews's father about why this project was chosen as his son's legacy.

“I hope for a lifelong legacy, that something tragic turns into something to help everybody in the community and a lot of his friends,” said Phillip Mazza.

The clinic will be called the Andrew Mazza Memorial Health Center.

Mazza was killed in February when a car he was riding in crashed into a creek near Gibson.

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