Pennsylvania state police have named four adults who were involved in a crash on Route 222 South at 8:27 a.m. Monday, including a woman who died as a result.

All four and two juveniles in the vehicles were taken for medical treatment, police said, and Evelyn R. Nazario, 57, of Reading, was pronounced dead at Lancaster General Hospital.

They did not provide information on the condition of the others involved.

State police were monitoring construction area at time of fatal Route 222 crash, PennDOT says

In the statement released just after 2:30 p.m., police said the southbound lanes of Route 222 were closed from the Turnpike to Route 322. It reopened just after 6 p.m., according to dispatch reports.

Police said James H. Cofield, 53, of Florida, who was driving a tractor-trailer and had his juvenile son along, failed to stop for traffic in the work zone.

The tractor-trailer hit Nazario's Pontiac G6, which was pushed onto the west shoulder with major rear end damage, police said.

The tractor-trailer then hit a Dodge van driven by Heidi A. Witmer, 32, of Conestoga, who was traveling with her juvenile daughter, police said. They reported that vehicle was pushed onto the shoulder and traveled over an embankment, coming to rest in the woods line of Route 222. 

The tractor-trailer also hit a Ford F150 driven by Zachariah Denlinger, 33, of Bethlehem, police said, pushing it east; it came to rest on the east shoulder of Route 222.

Police said investigation continues and any charges will be made "after consulting with the Lancaster County District Attorney's office."

No further information was immediately available.