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State Police Investigate Fatal Motorcycle Crash in Oswego County

Pulaski, NY – The State Police Pulaski are currently investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred at approximately 4:41 p.m. on Sunday on County Route 39 east of McCaw Road in the town of Redfield.

A 2005 motorcycle operated by Michael  J. Huzzy, 67, from  Lyons Falls, NY, was travelling eastbound on County Route 39 making a right turn into a parking lot  when he was struck by a 2001 motorcycle operated by Steven E. Parsons, 25, from 3552 Osceola Road in West Leyden, NY, causing both operators to be ejected, according tothe police report.

Both operators were transported to Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, due to injuries.

Parsons is currently listed in stable condition.

Mr. Huzzy was pronounced deceased as University Hospital.

The investigation is continuing.

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