• May 26, 2017

One Killed, Dillon Van Wart Injured in Two-Vehicle Accident in Tuxedo, NY

Tuxedo, NY -- An unidentified man was killed, and Dillon Van Wart was hurt in a two-vehicle collision Thursday, May 25, 2017 in Tuxedo, NY.

The collision happened in the vicinity of Sterling Mine Road around 6:30 a.m.

Police officials say Mr. Van Wart was headed south on Sterling Mine Road when for reasons unclear his vehicle collided with an oncoming Toyota. The driver of the Toyota, an unidentified 49-year-old resident of Greenwood Lake, was killed in the collision.

Mr. Van Wart, 29, was left with non-life threatening injuries in the collision.

The official investigation into the crash is ongoing.

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Based upon the scarce details provided by the report, it would be hard for anyone to determine what caused this incident. An added layer of complexity is the fact that news outlets get their information primarily from the sparse information provided by police reports. It's this matter that makes the need for a more thorough, subjective investigation so vital. Until then, everything is speculative.

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