Ex-New York State Trooper Succumbs to his Injuries Days After Bronx Fiery Crash
Bronx, NYC – A 69-year-old former New York State trooper succumbed to his injuries four days after the fiery crash on the Macombs Dam Bridge. According to investigation, the Wells Bridge man suffered a medical episode before his Ford Explorer veered into oncoming traffic and struck a black Mercedes-Benz which caused it to burst into flames. He was taken to New York City-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.
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