Reading man’s death ruled suicide. This man was Anthony Sellari, struck by a tractor-trailer on Lancaster Avenue. The man who died was struck by a tractor-trailer on Lancaster Avenue, ruled a suicide Wednesday by the Berks County coroner’s office. Anthony Sellari, 68, owner of Sellari’s Food Market at Lancaster Avenue and South Kenhorst Boulevard, stepped onto Lancaster Avenue in front of the eastbound rig on Monday about 10:30 a.m. Reading Hospital by a staff physician pronounced him dead on Monday at 11:26 a.m. He lived not far away from the store that he owned for 40 years and died of multiple injuries, manner of death: suicide! A security camera in the block shows Sellari standing on the sidewalk in front of his store when he entered the road. He made no attempt to get out of the way and was struck by the trailer of the rig, which was traveling about 35 mph.
Whatever the situation, the driver of the rig, Nathan A. Shroy, 28, of Harrisburg, stopped after hitting Sellari who is unfortunately dead.