A one-vehicle accident killed one man who was driving alone in his car that took place in the Township of Brady, an area of Butler County, Pennsylvania.

The fatality, identified as David Malesh, age 53 was driving along Route 528 when the accident happened. It was about half an hour before midnight of Saturday when Malesh crashed.

David was a resident of Butler, Pennsylvania and a well-known member of the community.

According to the police, Malesh was unable to control his vehicle as it went off the road and slammed into a tree. Although no official cause was given prior to the investigation, some members of the police believed that alcohol played an important role. However, they are expecting that the result of the toxicology test will be evidence if Malesh had been drinking. Responding crew are also probing whether the driver was driving over the legal speed limit at the time of the accident. The results usually takes around two weeks, so closure of the case has to wait.

Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that a crash happened late Saturday night at Butler County that resulted to the death of the driver. The police believed that alcohol might have been the cause of the tragedy.

Butler resident, David Malesh, age 53, was driving southward Route 528 in a Chevrolet Silverado when for unknown reason; he lost control while negotiating a turn. Pa police reported that at about 11:30 o’clock in the evening of Saturday, Butler’s vehicle went up an embankment and slammed on a tree. He was immediately rushed to the Memorial Hospital of Butler where he expired.

Pennsylvania is declared as a no-fault state to the extent that car victims are subject to certain medical coverage. However, the amount is not sufficient to fully the expenses. Citizens are always encouraged to protect themselves by accidental-death benefits and funeral benefits thru insurance. However, in the case of Malesh, they will have to wait what the toxicology tests show. If tests determined that he was intoxicated, his family would have to look at the terms of the insurance policy. If evidence shows that he was not driving drunk, then the family would almost certainly get the money. Now, this will happen if Malesh had this insurance, which is completely optional in Pennsylvania.

David J. Malesh, age 53 and resident of Butler passed away Sunday as a result of an automobile accident. Born on March 26, 1961, he worked as a welder at Joy Manufacturing for more than 20 years.

David is survived by his wife, Jamie, his many relatives and dog, Muffin. His parents, Matt and Mary (Kern) Malesh, and his brother, Matt Malesh have gone to the beyond long before his accident.

Relatives and friends of Malesh will honor his memory Thursday at the Thompson-Miller Funeral Home in Butler. Funeral services will immediately follow at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be private.

Accident victims have rights. If you were injured in a accident, contact experienced accident attorney now for free consultation. He will protect the rights of you and your loved ones. You may be entitled to financial compensation for economic damages, as well as pain and suffering.

Source: Legacy Com