State Police say, Alan Richard Hummel and his wife, Cheryl Willingham were pulling out of Weber's nursery when a truck smashed into their car.
State Police say, no one is being charged for the crash.
Troopers say, the driver of the car pulled out in front of a truck.
State police spent late into Thursday night reconstructing what happened.
Troopers say, Joseph Miller was driving a Swift truck, heading north on Route 11. They say, Hummel and his wife pulled out of Weber's Nursery's parking lot, right in front of the truck.
"And the first thing I see is the truck in the car, and then the people in the car," said Felicia Copeland.
Copeland lives nearby. When she heard the crash, she came running.
She says, she went right to the car. She says, Hummel wasn't breathing. Willingham was.
Then, she went over to the driver of the truck.
"I took the guys cell phone first thing, as soon as I got down there, first thing, and called 911 from his phone he was too shaken up," said Copeland.
Troopers tell TV3 that Cheryl Willingham was rushed to the hospital and died shortly after.
Will Weber works at the nursery. He says the people who were working are pretty broken up.
"I know the one girl, she was the last person to talk to them. They were at the register and she told them to have a nice day, and you know they left," said Weber.
He says the couple came into the nursery frequently.
"Spoke to them about how they were really enjoying retirement right now, and just you know, just loving life right now, relaxing and doing what they wanted to do," said Weber.
Again, State Police say the driver of the truck is not facing any charges. But, the investigation will not be finished until an autopsy and toxicology reports come back.