Anthony Apostolico dead and obituary, two injured in palisades parkway accident

Anthony Apostolico crash – Italian food center owner Anthony Apostolico, identified as a passenger of a pickup truck, died in a tragic accident on a park road in the northern suburbs of New York. The accident happened around 4 p.m. on the northbound lane of the Palisades Parkway near Exit 16 in Stony Point, Rockland County, New York. Sunday afternoon. On Father’s Day and on Sunday, June 19, a tree reportedly fell on a truck on the Palisades Parkway. The tree fell for unknown reasons, crashing through a red pickup truck carrying three passengers.

Passenger Anthony Apostolico was killed by a tree at the scene, according to New York State Police. He was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The driver of the pickup truck, who has not been identified, was helicoptered to Westchester Medical Center. The extent of the driver’s injuries has not been determined. A passenger in the back seat was taken to Westchester Medical Center by EMS with unspecified injuries. Anthony Apostolico is from Brooklyn, NY and lives in Monroe, NY. According to his official Facebook message, he went to Canarsie High School and North Rockland High School. According to the site, Anthony graduated from Pace University and is married to Tanya Apostolico.

Although the cause of the bizarrely fatal accident was not known, strong winds swept the Hudson Valley for much of Saturday and Sunday afternoon. The northbound Palisades Parkway between Exit 15 (Route 210/Gate Hill Road) and Exit 16 (Lake Welch Drive) was closed for nearly four hours on Sunday.

Anas Mashhardy, from Mayfield, dies after head-on collision in Johnstown
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office has completed a preliminary investigation into the two-vehicle crash that occurred early Saturday morning. Around 2:45 a.m., 911 received a call about an accident on County Road 142 near Highway 107 in Johnstown County. Anas Mashhadi of Mayfield was driving a Hyundai Sonata while heading west on County Highway 142 when he allegedly crossed the centerline and collided head-on with a Glove City taxi. Kimberly Mashhadi, who was in the passenger seat of the Sonata, was treated at the scene and was flown by LifeNet to Albany Medical Center Hospital, where she died of her injuries.

According to police, Mr Mashhadi was also seriously injured in the collision. Glove City taxi driver escaped with minor injuries. There was no alcohol involved in the event, according to the sheriff’s office. Your investigation is still ongoing.