• February 24, 2023

Daniel Gayne Killed in UPS Truck Accident on County Route 51A in Oswego County, NY

Oswego County, NY -- February 23, 2023, Daniel Gayne was killed following an accident involving a semi-truck on County Route 51A.

Officials with the Sheriff's office said the incident happened at around 10:00 a.m. at the intersection of County Route 51A and County Route 29. Right now, the cause of the crash is unavailable. Details say only that 52-year-old Daniel Gayne was in a pickup which somehow collided with a UPS truck. Due to this, Gayne sustained fatal injuries.

Daniel Gayne Killed in UPS Truck Accident in Oswego County, NY

This soon after a serious truck wreck like this, it's not unusual for the public to get only a small glimpse of what happened. But what often surprised people is when that view never gets any bigger. While authorities often withhold information from the public out of prudence, they sometimes just aren't able to give the crash the attention it deserves.

Whether it's a lack of time, resources, training, or personnel, not every department has what they need to look into a deadly commercial truck wreck. Obviously, that means the victims and families in need end up on their own looking for answers. Hopefully the department in charge of this situation is able to dedicate enough time and effort to getting answers. A man lost his life, and his loved ones deserve to know what happened.


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