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route 80

Sheriff’s Deputy Injured In Springfield Crash

Sheriff’s Deputy Injured

In Springfield Crash

Deputy James Mateunas

SPRINGFIELD – A Sheriff’s Deputy is in surgery following a two-car crash at the intersection of Route 80 and Route 20 in Springfield at around 3 p.m. this afternoon.

“Deputy James Mateunas sustained multiple fractures to his legs and is in surgery,” said Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. “His patrol vehicle was hit head-on.”

Garrattsville Man Killed In Motorcycle Crash

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 https://www.sandovalwaldman.com/abogado-accidentes-motocicleta 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.

Friends Of Otsego Lake Express Thanks To DOT At Debriefing

Friends Of Otsego Lake Express

Thanks To DOT At Debriefing

Wayne Bunn, a member of the Friends of Otsego Lake group of camp owners that formed to lobby for repairs for Route 80 at Five Mile Point, recaps an effor that resulted in the complete of $1/2 million in repairs to the collapsing pavement and retaining wall, completed in mid-May.  Bunn said former Oneonta mayor David W. Brenner's approach to state Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, started matters moving in the right direction.  Caroline Sever, a Friends leader, praised the DOT team for the project.  (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Wayne Bunn, a member of the Friends of Otsego Lake group of camp owners that formed to lobby for repairs for Route 80 at Five Mile Point, recaps an effort that resulted in the completion of $1/2 million in repairs to the collapsing pavement and retaining wall  in mid-May. Bunn said former Oneonta mayor David W. Brenner’s approach to state Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, started matters moving in the right direction.  Brenner is at lower left with wife Lois.  Caroline Sever, a Friends leader (in striped top on far side), praised the DOT team for the project.  The Friends gathered Friday evening at the Pierstown Grange. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
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