Police investigate fatal accident involving deer in town of Lloyd

Yesterday at 1:19 p.m., state police from the Highland barracks responded to State Route 9W in the town of Lloyd for a car crash involving a deer.

Investigation revealed that a large truck traveling south on State Route 9W struck a deer that entered the roadway from the west shoulder. The deer was thrown airborne into the opposite lane and struck a 2001 Subaru Legacy that was traveling north on State Route 9W. The deer went through the windshield and back window of the Legacy.

The driver of the Subaru, Sean Boles, 25 of Washington Township, NJ, and his passenger, Toni Redner, 23 of Newburgh, were transported to Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital by Mobile Life where Redner was pronounced deceased. Boles was treated for non-life threatening injuries.


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  1. Ellen Marchese

    This is so very sad……in 2011 my 80 & 79 year old Uncle & Aunt (80 & 79) went out for a motorcycle ride in Granville, NY. A deer jumped between my Uncle and the windshield on the bike, she was thrown and went face first into the pavement. He got the bike under control and then just tipped over and died at the scene, she died a week later.

    We have invaded the home of our wildlife and it’s very sad when these things happen, we have to do something to protect both.

    This boy was only 23 and had the rest of his life ahead of him and my condolences to his family.

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