Bicyclist dies two weeks after being struck by a car in Saugerties

On November 3, a 44-year-old male from Manhattan, was bicycling north on Fish Creek Road in Saugerties when he was struck by a 1995 Mercedes, operated by 55-year-old Craig L. Pedersen of Palenville. Pedersen was southbound on Fish Creek Road and struck the bicycle while making a left turn onto Patch Road, according to the Saugerties Police Department. The bicyclist was airlifted from the scene to Albany Medical Center.

According to Saugerties police chief Joseph Sinagra, the unidentified bicyclist died on November 20 from injuries suffered in the crash.

Pedersen has been charged with failing to yield the right of way, a traffic infraction.


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  1. Bobby Burke

    Is that all, you ever post; too name, names? Bart, in the world there are reasons too hold back information, privacy, protection, and time for research too name a few. Oh, and then there is that rule, that we keep as many names of folks, as we can from Bart FRiedman, and his one track, cancel privacy, way of thinking. I mean, really, that is all you ever post.

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