Paul Harrison Death – A Hauppauge, NY., man has tragically passed away. According to reports, 54-year-old Paul Harrison died after he was struck by a driver in Nesconset, Suffolk. According to Suffolk Police, Harrison was riding an electric scooter on Monday when he was struck by the driver of a Dodge Ram in Nesconset, Suffolk. Paul Harrison was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to the investigating law enforcement agencies. The driver involved in the tragic incident was not hurt.
According to the investigating department, On Route 347, the driver of a 2018 Dodge Ram ProMaster City was going west. Around 9:20 p.m., the man, Paul Harrison of Hauppauge, was crossing the road where it meets Southern Boulevard. Harrison was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital, where police said he was pronounced dead. Police said that the driver of the Dodge Ram was not hurt. As detectives look into the crash, the safety of both cars will be checked.
Paul Harrison Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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The New York State Police are looking into a crash involving a single vehicle that occurred near Smithtown on Sunday evening. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. At approximately 6:23 o’clock in the evening, Michael Seda, 18, of Hauppauge, was operating a 2011 Infiniti G37 in the northbound lanes of Sunken Meadow Parkway in Smithtown, just south of Pulaski Road.
According to the police, the vehicle went off the roadway and collided with a tree that was located in the median. Firefighters were able to free Seda from the vehicle, and he was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival, according to the police. The cause of how Seda’s vehicle went off the road is still being investigated, according to the police.
Nesconset – In the United States of America, the community of Nesconset is categorized as both a hamlet and a census-designated place. It is included within the town of Smithtown on Long Island in the county of Suffolk. At the time of the census in 2010, there were 13,387 people living there.
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