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25-Year-Old from Stony Point Identified as Driver in Fatal Route 59 Accident

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NANUET, NY – On June 13, 2021, at approximately 3:45 am, the Clarkstown Police Department responded to the area of Rt. 59 eastbound near the Rt. 304 overpass for a reported one car accident with injury.

Officers observed one vehicle overturned near the median in the eastbound lanes of Rt. 59, with one occupant still inside. It has been determined that the vehicle, a Ford Mustang, had been traveling northbound in the southbound lanes on Rt. 304 for a considerable distance, upwards of over 2 miles. The vehicle traveled over a guardrail on Rt. 304 falling onto the eastbound lanes of Rt. 59 below.

The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle has been identified as Michael Magee, 25. At this time the accident is being investigated by the Clarkstown Police Accident Investigation Team and no contributing factors have been definitively determined. “We are saddened to have to report on yet another deadly vehicle accident here in Rockland County, our heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of Mr. Magee.” said the Clarkstown Police in a press release.

Anyone who may have information relating to this accident is asked to please contact the Clarkstown Police Department at (845)639-5800.

Photo credit – Rockland Buff

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Ramapo Police Officer Rescue of Raccoon With Head Stuck In Can Goes Viral

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POMONA, NY – On Sunday, July 25 Ramapo PO Byrnes got sent to a residence in Pomona, where the homeowner reported having a raccoon with a can stuck on its head in the yard.

Thanks to PO Byrnes’ persistence and love of animals he was able to remove the can! The video has gone viral with over 60k views on Facebook.

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Orangeburg Fire Dept. Motor-Fest

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ORANGEBURG, NY – The Orangeburg Volunteer Fire Department held a MOTOR-FEST on Saturday, July 24 at Tappan Zee High School.

Over a hundred residents attended the event which featured antique fire trucks, new and historical cars, and motorcycles.

We interviewed Assistant Chief of the Orangeburg Fire Department Kenny Gordon about the event and Orangetown Supervisor Teresa Kenny and Assemblyman Mike Lawler who were judges.

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