Alyssa Henley Death – A high-speed motorbike accident near Whitestone resulted in the death of a young woman who was 17 years old, according to the reports that came in early on Monday. Alyssa Henley, a resident of Bellerose, was a back seat passenger on a motorcycle when it crashed near the intersection of the Cross Island Parkway and the Whitestone Expressway.
She was thrown from the motorcycle and suffered significant brain injuries as a result. On Monday shortly after midnight, she was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. According to the police, Henley was a passenger on a 2002 Honda motorcycle that was being operated by a man who was 29 years old and who seemed to have been traveling at a high rate of speed when he lost control of the vehicle.
It appears that the motorist was traveling in a northerly direction on the Cross Island Parkway when they attempted to get onto the Whitestone Expressway driving in a southerly direction, but they had difficulty getting around a severe curve. Henley was eventually thrown off the motorcycle as it collided with a kerb and landed on its right side. This caused him to be thrown off the vehicle.
The man, who is 29 years old and has not been recognized, was sent to the New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital in Flushing, where his status was stated to be stable. It is not known what their connection was like, although Henley seemed to know him. The Collision Investigation Squad of the New York Police Department has not yet made any arrests in connection with the event; nevertheless, their investigation is still ongoing.
The murder of Henley serves as a grim conclusion to a violent holiday weekend on city streets.
Alyssa Henley GoFundMe
Through the website GoFundMe, Valerie Dent organized a drive for charitable contributions to assist with the costs associated with memorial services and funerals. Alyssa was going to graduate from high school on June 21, 2023, when she was 17 years old. Alyssa was a soul with a lot of light, and that light will continue to shine bright even after she’s gone. She worked as an artist and a writer, and she dreamed of pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. The application for Alyssa’s life insurance was turned down the previous month, therefore we are grateful for any gifts that have been made.
Alyssa Henley Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date…
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