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Garrattsville Man Killed

In Motorcycle Accident

EDMESTON – A Garrattsville man was killed Saturday afternoon when he was thrown from his motorcycle and struck by a pickup truck after the truck allegedly veered into his path. We can only hope that his famly have immeditaley sought the help of an injury legal firm similar to the one found on to gain compensation for the incident.

Sean C. Dill, 47, was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck by a pickup truck driven by Matthew Anderson, 25, Elmsford.

Preliminary information identified that the motorcycle being operated by Dill was Northbound on State Route 80 in the Town of Edmeston when a Southbound vehicle, operated by Anderson, allegedly made a left hand turn onto County Route 49, into the path of Dill’s motorcycle. Dill allegedly took evasive action, causing him to be ejected and be struck by the vehicle.

Other motorist witnessed the accident and stopped to offer emergency aid to the victim until arrival of emergency personnel. Emergency units from the Edmeston Fire Department, as well as a Sheriff’s patrol were dispatched to the scene. Upon arrival, Dill was found in the roadway unresponsive, lifesaving efforts were performed, but he succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

Elmsford was issues a traffic ticket for failure to yield the right of way while making a left hand turn. The investigation is ongoing and being conducted by the Sheriff’s Office Investigative Division and Accident Investigation Division.

For injuries incurred in auto accidents in the New Jersey area, victims may wish to speak with New Jersey-based law firm, O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble about proceeding with legal action.


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