2-Vehicle Crash Being Investigated in Hudson Valley
In Hillsdale, New York, State Police are investigating a fatal car crash that happened on Route 22. Troopers were sent to the scene at around 1:10 in the afternoon on Saturday, April 7. The incident happened near Sawyer Road in the Town of Hillsdale. They responded after hearing a report of a vehicle crash with a person trapped inside
Police arrived and found the vehicle which had been driven by 69-year-old Gus Segschneider has been traveling north on Route 22.
A second car was being driven by a 75-year-old woman from Massachusetts and crossed over the double yellow line. Her car hit into the one being driven by Segschneider. His passenger, Donna Segschneider, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Gus Segschneider was brought to the Hillsdale Fire Station and was then airlifted to Albany Medical Center.
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