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Emily Matson Suicide Train Accident Fairview, PA: Death of beloved Pennsylvania news anchor in Fairview Township train incident ruled suicide – Kayla Onderko Obituary News

Emily Matson Suicide Train Accident Fairview, PA: Death of beloved Pennsylvania news anchor in Fairview Township train incident ruled suicide – Kayla Onderko Obituary News.

UPDATE: Following her mother’s unexpected death which authorities have ruled to be a suicide, the daughter of renowned Pennsylvania news anchor Emily Matson has lovingly remembered her late mother.

“The most beautiful person I know, inside and out,” Emily Onderko wrote in a Facebook post on Tuesday.

Matson also leaves behind her police officer husband Ryan Onderko and their son Kyle. The couple also shared a late daughter named Kayla.

EARLIER: A woman was struck by a train in Fairview Township early on Monday morning, resulting in her death.

Erie County 911 reports that the accident occurred on Monday at approximately 12:45 a.m. in the vicinity of Eaton and Tow roads.

The Erie County Coroner’s Office stated that the woman, whose identity was not immediately released, was declared dead at the scene at 2 a.m. on Monday.

The Pennsylvania State Police said that following the collision, the train halted and called the police. The accident is being looked into by state police.

The victim has been unofficially identified as Pennsylvania news anchor, Emily Matson.

Emily was described as a “shining light” in her newsroom. She was 42 years old. She worked at Erie News Now based in the Keystone State for nearly two decades before her death, Lilly Broadcasting said in a statement.

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