The 33-year-old man killed in a single-vehicle crash last week in Upper Mount Bethel Township was a 2005 graduate of Warren Hills Regional High School, according to his obituary.
Northampton County Coroner Zachary Lysek on Tuesday identified the crash victim as Nicholas S. Campbell, who lived in the township’s 2200 block of North Delaware Drive (Route 611).
Campbell died of blunt-force trauma from the crash, and the death was ruled an accident, Lysek said.
Campbell leaves behind a son and two stepsons, with his mother also listed among his survivors, according to his obituary. The former Warren County resident worked as a mason with Vanderpool Masonry in the Bangor area.
Campbell was driving a pickup truck that about 11:45 p.m. Wednesday, July 28, left the 1800 block of Mount Bethel Highway (Route 512) in Upper Mount Bethel and struck a pole then a house, authorities said. He was pronounced dead at the crash.
He was not wearing a seat belt, and airbags did not deploy in the crash, Pennsylvania State Police previously said.
Services for Campbell are scheduled Saturday, his obituary with Warren Hills Memorial Home states.
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