Update: More Details on Whitesboro Crash that Killed Police Officer Kevin Crossley
Continuing the updates on the Whitesboro crash that claimed the life of Officer Kevin Crossley, the Whitesboro Police Department has now held their joint news conference. The conference happened at state police barracks in Marcy and was done to give more information on the crash.
New York State Police and the Whitesboro Police Department held the conference together.
Crossley was traveling east on Oriskany Boulevard when the accident occurred. A vehicle being driven by Nicole Moshier-Harris of Whitesboro was heading westbound. SHe attempted to turn left onto Westmoreland Street, and her vehicle hit Crossley’s patrol car.
The area where the crash happened was a 40 mph zone, and it is still unclear how fast both of the vehicles were going at the time of the accident.
It is believed that both vehicles had a green light at the time they were entering the intersection. It appears that both the eastbound and westbound lanes had a green light at the time. No tickets have been issued, and the investigation is still in the beginning stages. It is also unclear whether the drivers were wearing seatbelts. It does not appear that drugs or alcohol were involved.
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