Crash damages headstones at St. Luke's

Numerous headstones are destroyed or broken following a crash on Saturday night at the St. Luke’s Cemetery at 330 White Hall Road in Mount Pleasant Township. The cemetery is located between Bonneauville and Littlestown. Vehicle parts are seen in the photo. (Darryl Wheeler/Gettysburg Times)

Approximately 50 tombstones were damaged at a Mount Pleasant Township cemetery over the weekend.

Eldon Snyder, who has been the sexton at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church for nearly 46 years, said it is the most damage he has ever seen at the 330 White Hall Road property. The cemetery is located between Bonneauville and Littlestown.

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