UPDATED: Greencastle teen, Cali Schroyer, dies following Antrim accident
A Greencastle teen has died a day after being seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident in Antrim Township.
Pennsylvania State Police reported at 9:20 a.m. Tuesday that Cali Lorriane Schroyer, 19, was pronounced dead by the York County Deputy Coroner Stephen Cosey. Schroyer was flown by MediVac to York Hospital in serious condition following the 12:05 p.m. crash Sunday. According to a news release, the cause of death was head trauma sustained in the crash.
Police said the accident happened at 3045 Buchanan Trail East near the intersection of Waynecastle Road. Emergency crews used a farm field for a landing area for the helicopter.
According to police, Schroyer was attempting to cross the eastbound lane of travel on Route 16 with her 1990 Dodge Daytona in order to enter the westbound lane from a private drive on the south side of Route 16 and drove directly into the path of a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee being driven east on Route 16 by Christopher Ryan Wilhide, 22, of Smithsburg, Md.
Wilhide was also taken to Meritus Medical Center in Hagerstown, Md. with what police called minor injuries. A passenger in Schroyer’s vehicle, Brittany Diamond Andree, 19, of Waynesboro, suffered moderate injury and was taken by ambulance to Meritus.
Police reported that Schroyer and Wilhide were both wearing seatbelts. They did not say whether Andree was wearing a seatbelt.
Police said both vehicles were heavily damaged.