Buffalo, NY — Lancaster resident Ryan Casullo, 34 years old, was killed over the weekend after his motorcycle was in a serious wreck with a box truck. It happened as Casullo was trying to enter I-190 on his motorcycle at the Niagara Street entrance, police said.
They didn’t provide a lot of details regarding the accident, but it appears that Casullo was trying to merge onto I-190 from the Niagara Street on-ramp when he was hit by a passing box truck. He was then ejected from his bike and died at the scene.
The cause of the accident is still being investigated and it’s not clear if the box truck driver was in the wrong or will be cited.
Ryan Casullo was the chairman for Music is Art.
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