Shooting Victim Involved in Crash
The Onondaga County 911 Center received many calls about shots being fired in front of 160 Street. These calls came in started at around 10:41 at night. A few minutes later, the 911 callers started reporting that a two-vehicle crash had occurred at 130 Hudson Street. This information comes from dispatchers.
Officers arrived at the scene and found a victim who was suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was in one of the cars involved in the crash.
An ambulance took the victim to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse. This information comes from Sgt. Richard Helterline.
The victim was a 20-year-old woman who has since passed away.
The police are still investigating this accident. It is not clear what happened as far as the crash is concerned. If any more information on this story becomes available, we will keep you posted.
If you’ve been seriously hurt in a car accident that was caused by the negligent or careless actions of another person or entity, you could seek monetary compensation for your injuries through filing a personal injury claim. A lawyer can help you with this process.
To speak with an experienced New York lawyer about your claim, call Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111.
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