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BOYLESTON, New York — State police say a 43-year-old woman has been killed in a one-car accident on a central New York road.

Troopers say Julianne Seaton of Lacona was traveling on county Route 17 when he crashed on a curve and hit a snowbank alongside the road in the town of Boyleston, in northern Oswego County 45 miles north of Syracuse.

Police say the vehicle overturned onto the passenger side. Seaton was partially ejected and pinned beneath the car. Troopers say she apparently wasn’t wearing a seat belt.

Seaton was pronounced dead at the scene.

The investigation into the crash is continuing.

Oswego County woman dies after car sent airborne

ALTMAR — A Pulaski woman was killed after her car left the roadway, struck a snow bank and went airborne on County Route 48.

Migdalis Roussel, 47, lived at 276 County Route 48, Pulaski, just a bit more than a mile away from the scene of the accident, which occurred near the intersection of County Route 48 and Dowley Road.

She was driving southbound on the road, reportedly at an unsafe speed, when she crossed into the opposite lane and struck the snowbank, sending the vehicle airborne.

Oswego County 911 dispatch said a call was received at 12:19 a.m. and that state police, Oswego County Sheriff’s deputies, Altmar Fire Department and NOVA Ambulance responded to the scene.

Police did not comment on the specific injuries Ms. Roussel suffered.

Woman, 43, dies in 1-car crash on central New York road



BOYLESTON — State police say a 43-year-old woman has been killed in a one-car accident on a central New York road.

Troopers say Julianne Seaton of Lacona was traveling on county Route 17 when he crashed on a curve and hit a snowbank alongside the road in the town of Boyleston, in northern Oswego County 45 miles north of Syracuse.

Police say the vehicle overturned onto the passenger side. Seaton was partially ejected and pinned beneath the car. Troopers say she apparently wasn’t wearing a seat belt.

Seaton was pronounced dead at the scene.

The investigation into the crash is continuing.

Woman, 43, dies in 1-car crash on central NY road; vehicle overturns, pinning …


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BOYLESTON, New York — State police say a 43-year-old woman has been killed in a one-car accident on a central New York road.

Troopers say Julianne Seaton of Lacona was traveling on county Route 17 when he crashed on a curve and hit a snowbank alongside the road in the town of Boyleston, in northern Oswego County 45 miles north of Syracuse.

Police say the vehicle overturned onto the passenger side. Seaton was partially ejected and pinned beneath the car. Troopers say she apparently wasn’t wearing a seat belt.

Seaton was pronounced dead at the scene.

The investigation into the crash is continuing.

Weather A Factor in Oswego Crash: Police [UPDATE]

Oswego police are investigating a two-car crash that sent three people to the hospital Wednesday evening.

Capt. Jeff Burgner said the crash was reported at around 6:41 p.m. at Route 30 and Harvey Road.

Burgner said investigators determined that a vehicle driven by a 56-year-old Aurora man was heading east on Route 30 when it crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic and collided with a westbound car driven by a 26-year-old woman, also from Aurora.

The male driver of the first vehicle was transported to the hospital, along with the female driver and a passenger in the other vehicle, according to Burgner, who said he did not have information on the extent of their injuries Wednesday night.

Burgner said police are still investigating, but do not believe impaired driving contributed to the crash. 

“Weather conditions were a contributing factor in the cause of the crash,” he said.

The road was closed for several hours Wednesday night as Oswego’s accident reconstruction unit worked at the crash site.

Weather A Factor in Oswego Crash: Police [UPDATE]

Oswego police are investigating a two-car crash that sent three people to the hospital Wednesday evening.

Capt. Jeff Burgner said the crash was reported at around 6:41 p.m. at Route 30 and Harvey Road.

Burgner said investigators determined that a vehicle driven by a 56-year-old Aurora man was heading east on Route 30 when it crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic and collided with a westbound car driven by a 26-year-old woman, also from Aurora.

The male driver of the first vehicle was transported to the hospital, along with the female driver and a passenger in the other vehicle, according to Burgner, who said he did not have information on the extent of their injuries Wednesday night.

Burgner said police are still investigating, but do not believe impaired driving contributed to the crash. 

“Weather conditions were a contributing factor in the cause of the crash,” he said.

The road was closed for several hours Wednesday night as Oswego’s accident reconstruction unit worked at the crash site.

Three People Injured in Oswego Crash: Police

Oswego police are investigating a two-car crash that sent three people to the hospital Wednesday evening.

Capt. Jeff Burgner said the crash was reported at around 6:41 p.m. at Route 30 and Harvey Road.

Burgner said investigators determined that a vehicle driven by a 56-year-old Aurora man was heading east on Route 30 when it crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic and collided with a westbound car driven by a 26-year-old woman, also from Aurora.

The male driver of the first vehicle was transported to the hospital, along with the female driver and a passenger in the other vehicle, according to Burgner, who said he did not have information on the extent of their injuries Wednesday night.

Burgner said police are still investigating, but do not believe impaired driving contributed to the crash. 

“Weather conditions were a contributing factor in the cause of the crash,” he said.

The road was closed for several hours Wednesday night as Oswego’s accident reconstruction unit worked at the crash site.

Oswego Blotter: DUI Arrests, Stolen Jewelry

March 7

Matthew J. Sabo, 21, of the 1500 block of Cottonwood, Yorkville, was arrested by Oswego police and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol following a traffic stop in the 3500 block of Route 34, police said.

March 6

Anthony Dziuba, 24, of the 400 block of Traube Avenue in Clarendon Hills was arrested by Oswego police and charged with DUI following a two-car accident on Route 30 near Mitchell Drive, police said.

March 5

Luke T. Dahleen, 21, of Winfield, Illinois, was arrested by Oswego police and charged with DUI, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and driving on a suspended license following a one-vehicle crash in the 100 block of Seton Creek, Drive, according to police. No one was injured in the incident, police said. No injuries were reported, police said.

A resident of the 800 block of Colchester reported that someone stole jewelry from her home, according to Oswego police.

Police report information is provided by local police departments. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. If you or a family member are charged or cited and the case is subsequently adjudicated, we encourage you to notify the editor. We will verify and report the outcome.

Distracted School Bus Driver Caused Crash: Police

Kendall County Sheriff’s Police said a distracted school bus driver rear-ended another vehicle Wednesday at Wolf and Douglas roads in Oswego.

According to police, the loaded school bus hit a car, causing minor injuries to the driver of the car. The injured driver, a 20-year-old Oswego woman, refused treatment at the scene of the crash, which happened around 3:16 p.m., police said.

The bus driver, 26-year-old Joshua Szumny of Westmont, was cited for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, police said.

No one on the school bus was injured, according to police.

CRASH AT UTICA AND DUBLIN

CRASH AT UTICA AND DUBLIN

CRASH AT UTICA AND DUBLIN



Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014 4:00 am
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Updated: 7:08 am, Fri Feb 28, 2014.

CRASH AT UTICA AND DUBLIN


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A two-car accident at the corner of West Utica and Dublin streets caused both drivers to be transported to Oswego Hospital. One driver reported chest pain while another reported head pain, according to the Oswego City Police Department. Oswego police and fire departments responded to the call at 1:53 p.m. One driver was issued a ticket for failing to yield the right of way, while the other received one for expired registration.

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