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Fatal Car/Pedestrian motor vehicle accident in the Town of Hastings

Hastings, NY – On June 25, at approximately 10:27 p.m., State Police from the SP Hastings barracks responded to a reported serious personal injury car pedestrian motor vehicle accident on US Route 11 in the Town of Hastings.

The investigation revealed that the operator of the vehicle, Anthony J. Everett, 16 was operating a 2012 Ford southbound on US Route 11 when he struck the victim, identified as Michele Corsette, 24 who was walking southbound on the west shoulder of US Route 11.

The victim was transported to SUNY Upstate Medical Center where she later succumbed to her injuries.

No other details are available.

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