• January 04, 2017

Salvatore Brescia Killed in Harrison, NY Truck Accident

Harrison, NY -- Salvatore Brescia, a 32-year-old tow truck driver, was killed in a collision on Interstate 95 in Harrison, NY Thursday, December 29, 2016.

It appears Mr. Brescia was in the process of hooking a vehicle to his flatbed two truck when the incident happened. Mr. Brescia was on the northbound side of Interstate 95 in the vicinity of Exit 1B when he was struck by a passing vehicle. Mr. Brescia was transported to a Greenwich Hospital, but was pronounced dead about an hour after arrival.

The vehicle that struck Mr. Brescia reportedly left the scene of the incident.

The report made no mention of other injuries related to the crash.

Police officials are examining the details of the crash to determine what may have happened in the incident.


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