• May 04, 2017

Christopher Vorisek Killed in Seldon, NY, DWI Accident

Seldon, NY -- April 29, 2017, Christopher Vorisek died and Francis Quinn was charged after an accident where an alleged drunk driver hit a motorcycle.

Investigators from the Suffolk County Police reported that the incident happened just after 1:00 a.m. at the intersection of College Road and Palm Street.

According to initial details, 52-year-old Vorisek was riding a motorcycle along southbound College Road leading up to the accident. Police say that a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by 59-year-old Quinn made a left turn into Vorisek's path while turning onto Palm Street. This resulted in a collision.

Emergency services were called to the scene, and they transported Vorisek to a local hospital in critical condition. He later died there. Quinn was placed under arrest following the accident, and he currently faces a charge of driving while intoxicated. It's unclear if he faces additional charges.

Police continue their investigations at this time.

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