Pediatrician dies after being hit by a vehicle while walking in downtown Lancaster

LANCASTER, Dad. (WHTM) – Lancaster Pediatric Associates pediatrician Dr. Steven Killough died Friday from injuries sustained when he was hit by a vehicle while walking in downtown Lancaster, Lancaster Pediatrics shared on its website.

According to the website, Killough is a graduate of Brown University and Hahnemann. He joined Lancaster Pediatrics in 1989 and actively supported the community through his involvement with Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic, Habitat for Humanity and St. James Episcopal Church.

Lancaster Pediatrics staff fondly remember Killough’s musical talent, songs and poems – especially his ‘Christmas originals’.

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“If you or your child is a patient of Dr. Killough, please know that his greatest honor was the privilege of caring for you and that Lancaster Pediatrics is committed to continuing the legacy of dedicated, compassionate, pediatric care that Dr. Killough bid,” the Lancaster Pediatrics website reads.

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