• January 16, 2017

Billy Yager Killed, Terrance Kelly Injured in Alleged DUI Accident in Albany, NY

Albany, NY -- An alleged alcohol related incident left Billy Yager dead and injured Terrance Kelly Saturday, January 14, 2017 in Albany, NY.

Officials say the incident took place on Western Avenue Saturday morning.

It looks like the vehicle occupied by the two victims fled from a traffic stop. While doing so, the vehicle lost control in the area of Western Avenue and Lenox Avenue, finally stopping after a fatal crash. Mr. Yager, the 25-year-old passenger in the vehicle, was killed at the scene. Mr. Kelly, 23, was taken to a nearby hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Mr. Kelly, the driver of the car, has since been charged with multiple injuries related to the crash.

Authorities are currently investigating the incident as alcohol related.

The report provided no further information at the time of its release.

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