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Severe LaGrange Crash Being Investigated

Severe LaGrange Crash Being Investigated

Severe LaGrange Crash Being Investigated

The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that they are looking into a two-car crash that happened on Noxon Road near Vincent Road. This happened in the Town of LaGrange at around 7:20 in the morning on April 24. The crash was reported to be serious.

The initial investigation shows that a 1994 Chevy pickup that was being driven by Matthew V. Amicucci was traveling west and crossed over the center pavement and hit a 2011 Ford Edge being driven by Brenda V. Swatek. The pickup caught fire and the Ford went off the road and became submerged in a pond. Amicucci was taken out of the fire and transported by airlift to Westchester Medical Center. Swatek was taken to Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital by ambulance.

They both suffered significant injuries, and Amicucci’s were reported to be life-threatening.

The road was closed for around three and a half hours after the crash.

Responders on the scene were able to put out the fire. Three emergency responders were treated for exposure to the chemical in the extinguishers.

If any more information becomes available about this accident, we will keep you posted. As of now, no charges have been filed.

If you’ve been seriously injured in a car wreck that was caused by someone else acting negligently, there could be legal options available to you. You could seek compensation for your injuries and other damages by filing a personal injury claim.

You could have help with your claim by filing a personal injury attorney. To speak to a lawyer, call Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111.

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