LOCKPORT, NY — Christopher Meden was killed after an accident with a box truck that happened in Lockport, New York on Monday, November 3rd, 2014. The article from WGRZ said that the accident happened on the Lockport Bypass.
24-year-old Christopher Meden was killed when the pickup truck he was driving and a box truck collided while driving on the Lockport Bypass (Route 93). Authorities in charge of the accident investigation said that the pickup truck may have driven over the median of the roadway before it collided with the box truck head-on.
Menden was killed in the accident. The driver of hte dump truck was identified as Daniel Shisler, who was taken to ECMC where he was last reported in serious condition.
The New York State Police are still investigating the crash.
Scene of the Accident
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