Fatal Accident in Royalton Claims Life of Terence Standsblack
In the town of Royalton, New York, a Clarence man was killed on Friday evening after a head-on accident. This information comes from the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office.
The sheriff’s office responded to an accident that happened on Akron Road near Miller Road. When they got there they found one vehicle on the road and another in a ditch.
Officials say their investigation so far reveals a vehicle being driven by 27-year-old Terence Standsblac of Clarence was attempting to pass the vehicle ahead of him when he hit an eastbound vehicle.
Standsblack was taken to ECMC where he was reported dead on Saturday.
The driver of the other vehicle, Devon Kinney, was taken to ECMC and remains in stable condition at this time.
The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office is still looking into this incident.
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