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Deadly Crash Ruled Pedestrian Error

Deadly Crash Ruled Pedestrian Error

Deadly Crash Ruled Pedestrian Error

A deadly accident involving a pedestrian and a vehicle that happened in late March was ruled a pedestrian accident. This accident happened in Jonesville, New York.

The Saratoga County Sheriff’s police officers were investigating the car accident that led to the death of a pedestrian.

The pedestrian who died in the accident was Nancy H. Berlin. She was a 77-year-old woman who lived at Clifton Park. She was hit on Main Street in Jonesville at around 7:30 p.m. She was hit by a 2008 Toyota Prius sedan being driven by Victor A. Temple, also of Clifton Park. This information comes from a press release from the sheriff’s office.

She was pronounced dead after she was taken to Ellis Hospital.

The investigation is still continuing, but it does not appear that drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash. They have said that the accident was caused by an error on the part of the pedestrian.

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