Herkimer County, NY – Man Dies After Fatal Snowmobile Crash
Herkimer County, NY (March 3, 2019) – New York State Police responded to a fatal snowmobile crash that took place around 11:00 p.m. on Friday.
Troopers have identified the party who lost his life as 36-year-old Ryan Crawford. He had been riding on the curved portion of NYS Trail C-4 in Salisbury when he struck two trees.
Paramedics transported Crawford to the Little Falls Hospital and he was tragically pronounced deceased while there.
Troopers continue their investigation into the accident at this time.
Fatal Accidents in New York
Those who ride snowmobiles are known to have few protections from harm on their vehicles. These accidents are more likely to lead to serious harm to those involved. At this time, we would like to take a moment to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Ryan Crawford, as we understand how difficult it can be to deal with the aftermath of losing a loved one. Our experienced wrongful death attorneys will stand by your side to help you through this difficult time.
At Hach & Rose, our accident attorneys have handled a wide array of cases dealing with the loss of a loved one. In New York, fatal accidents take place every day and end in serious fatalities of those involved. If you are the family and friends of a loved one whose life was taken too soon in an accident, you might have a right to damages such as funeral costs, medical bill payments, and more. Please contact an attorney who can help you during this time at 212-779-0057.
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