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News Update!
Fatal crash on Route 55 at exit 100, Route 17

The head-on crash in the Town of Liberty this morning claimed one life and injured another person.

 


Police investigate this head-on crash on Route 55, just off exit 100
of Route 17, in the Town of Liberty. The accident occurred
around 8:30 a.m. today.

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