HIGHLAND, NY — Two people were killed in a major head-on crash that happened in Highland, New York on Saturday, March 28th, 2014, according to the report from The Daily Freeman.
Investigators believe Tracey Krug was killed when the SUV she was driving skidded into the lanes of oncoming traffic before colliding head on with a BMW while driving on Highway 9W around 7:00 in the morning Saturday.
Scene of the Accident
Tracey Krug was taken by EMS personnel to St Francis Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries a short time after her arrival. The driver of the other vehicle was identified as Wayne Donaldson, who was pronounced dead on the scene.
Authorities from the New York State Police are currently leading the crash investigation, and hope any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward will do so in an effort to aid investigators in better understanding the nature of the accident.
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