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Update: Woman Caused Crash that Led to Death of Police Officer, Kevin Crossley

Update: Woman Caused Crash that Led to Death of Police Officer, Kevin Crossley

This update is on a story we posted about earlier this week.

Kevin Crossley, 34-years-old, was a village of Whitesboro Police Department Officer who passed away Wednesday in a car accident.

State police have said that a 26-year-old woman caused the accident that took the life of the Oneida County police officer. The accident involved her vehicle and the vehicle of Kevin Crossley.

At this time, no criminal charges have been filed, and it appears that the crash was a traffic accident.

Crossley had worked for the Whitesboro Police department for 7 years, and he has recently started working part-time for the Whitestown Police Department.

He was driving his patrol car around 8 at night when he was hit head-on by a Chevy Avalanche. The Chevy was being driven by Nicole Moshier-Harris.

Morris-Harris was taken to St. Luke’s Campus and treated for her broken ankle and then released.

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