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Alan W. Heater, 76, of Wind Gap PA killed in crash

A wrong-way driver caused a fatal crash on Route 22 that killed Alan W. Heater, 76, of Bethlehem Township, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Heater died from his injuries at St. Luke’s Anderson campus on Saturday, and his death was ruled accidental. The wrong-way driver was identified as Barry W. Fulton, 58, of Summit Hill, Carbon County, who was driving a red 2018 Chevrolet Silverado. Fulton entered Route 22 east from the wrong ramp on Route 33 north and collided with two vehicles: a 1997 Honda Civic driven by John Michael Woodburn, 22, of Bethlehem; and a 2002 black Chevrolet Silverado driven by Heater. The crash occurred around 10:40 a.m. on Oct. 5.

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