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Guilty plea in high-speed chase case

Hector Camacho led police in a high-speed chase through the towns of Newburgh and New Windsor and City of Newburgh and rammed a police car.

 


Three people were taken to the hospital following a late morning
crash on the northbound Thruway in the Winona Lake section
of the Town of Newburgh. Traffic was at a standstill
while the investigation was conducted.
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