Charges Pending Against Boyfriend of Woman Killed in 2-Car Crash in Hamlin
June 7th, 2011|
June 7, 2011
A 20-year-old woman from Holley, New York, was killed during a collision on Route 19 Sunday evening in Hamlin—18 miles northwest of Rochester. Two others were injured during the crash.
The crash occurred around 7 p.m. when the woman’s 20-year-old boyfriend ran a stop sign, smashed into a mini van, and flipped over at the intersection of Church Road and West Fork—fatally injuring the 20-year-old passenger. The driver was unhurt in the crash.
Two passengers in the mini van also suffered minor injuries, including a 45-year-old male and a 12-year-old boy.
The woman was pronounced dead at Brockport’s Lakeside Memorial Hospital.
Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputies say charges are pending against the car’s driver. They told WHEC that marijuana and paraphernalia were found inside the man’s car but haven’t yet been linked to the cause of the accident.
Investigation of this New York auto accident is ongoing.
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