Car Accident In Massapequa, Father And 2 Children Dies In Sunrise Highway Collision
Car Accident In Massapequa – Two children and their father were killed in a car accident that occurred on Sunrise Highway in Massapequa. There were three deadly car accidents that occurred during the course of the weekend in Nassau County. Three members of a Queens family were killed in one of the collisions, which occurred on Sunrise Highway in Massapequa. Two other members of the family are still fighting for their lives in the hospital. The consequences were horrible. According to the police, a driver who was traveling at an excessive speed collided with three vehicles, one of which was an SUV in which six people were seated. In order to free the victims, which included a father and five of his children, rescue teams were forced to remove the doors and the roof.
Because dad has started a new job, the family is going to celebrate by getting ice cream. “He said goodbye not only to his own life but also to the lives of his daughter, age 13, and his son, age 10,” stated the Commissioner of the Nassau County Police Department, Patrick Ryder. Patrice Huntley, who was 60 years old, his daughter Hannah, and his son Jeremiah were the three people that were found dead by the police. The driver, who is 18 years old, and his granddaughter, who is 6 years old, were both in the car when it crashed.
According to statements made to witnesses, a motorist slammed into their vehicle while it was stopped at a red light, as CBS New York discovered on Monday. When describing the horrific scene she saw on Sunrise Highway, a resident of Massapequa Park, New York, became overcome with emotion. Massapequa’s Sunrise Highway was the scene of an accident that claimed the lives of a father and his two children.