Mason Gentry Obituary, Death – The Lancaster County Coroner’s Office made the announcement on Monday that a teenage boy from Lititz had been killed the night before on Christmas Eve when the vehicle he was driving collided with a telephone pole. The incident took place in the evening. Christmas Eve. The accident took place at approximately six o’clock in the evening. The event occurred earlier in the day, when the sun was still higher in the sky.
Mason Gentry, who was 18 years old, was identified as the deceased driver of a vehicle that was involved in an accident on Saturday at approximately 2:45 p.m., according to the findings of the investigation that was conducted by the office of the Salisbury Township coroner. The occurrence of the accident took place on Saturday of that week.
According to the report from the coroner’s office, additional information regarding the accident that occurred when Gentry collided with a telephone pole on Cains Road near Lime Quarry Road has not been made public. The accident occurred when Gentry was driving on Cains Road near Lime Quarry Road. While Gentry was driving on Cains Road, she was involved in an accident that occurred close to Lime Quarry Road. Accident occurred as Gentry was driving in the area around the intersection of Lime Quarry Road and Cains Road in which the two roads intersect.
Gentry had sustained multiple injuries that contributed to his death, which ultimately led to his passing away, according to the findings of an autopsy that was performed on Monday, which were reported by the office of the county coroner. The autopsy was performed by the office of the county coroner. It was determined, following the completion of the investigation, that his death was not in any way intentional.