New Details Show Officer Crossley Wasn’t Wearing a Seat Belt in Fatal Crash
More details are being released on the crash that killed Whitesboro police officer Kevin Crossley. He was going over 70 mph and wasn't wearing a seat belt when his patrol car was struck on April 11th.
New York State Police says a witness, along with video from a nearby business, showed Officer Crossley made a U-turn on Oriskany Boulevard. Crash Data Retrieval from Officer Crossley’s patrol vehicle showed his speed at the time of the crash was approximately 74 mph and his actions were consistent with that of pursuing a violator who was east on Oriskany Boulevard.
The Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s Office determined Officer Crossley’s cause of death was multiple traumatic injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, April 11th.
Nicole Moshier-Harris, who was driving the vehicle that struck Officer Crossley, was issued a traffic ticket for Failing to Yield the Right of Way. No other charges are expected to be filed .