• July 18, 2017

Hannah Kline Killed, Louie Restivo Charged in Mendon, NY, Accident

Mendon, NY -- July 17, 2017, Hannah Kline was killed and Louie Restivo now faces charges after an accident involving intoxicated driving.

The Monroe Count Sheriff's Department was called out to investigate the accident, which they say happened at around 7:45 a.m. near the intersection of Boughton Hill Road and Hunt Club Drive.

According to police officials, 47-year-old Louie Restivo was traveling eastbound along Boughton Hill in a pickup. Authorities say he attempted to turn left into a construction area, crossing into the path of an oncoming dump truck.

He reportedly stopped short of the construction area in the middle of the roadway, causing the dump truck to lose control as it tried to avoid him. As a result, the dump truck crashed into an eastbound car driven by 26-year-old Kline.

Emergency services were called out to the scene, but Kline succumbed to her injuries at the scene. The dump truck driver was not injured.

Restivo was placed under arrest by police, and he currently faces charges of 1st degree vehicular manslaughter as well as driving while intoxicated.

Police did not release any additional details.

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