Teenage Motorcyclist Killed After Running Red Light, Police say
A teenaged motorcyclist was killed after a violent crash in Salina after it is believed he ran a red light.
That is according to investigators with New York State Police who say the Monday night crash happened at around 8:00 p.m. near Lemoyne Ave and Factory Ave. Troopers believe the motorcycle operator, 16-year-old Angelo Mannino was headed South on Lemoyne Ave and passed a red light before colliding with a sedan headed westbound on Factory Ave.
Mannino, of Syracuse, was rushed to Upstate University Hospital where he was pronounced dead. His passenger, a 14-year-old was also hospitalized with severe head and facial injuries, police said.
The driver of the sedan, Robert Sterling, 44, of Syracuse was treated and released at a nearby hospital, and police say two passengers in his vehicle were not injured.
The accident investigation is continuing, police said.
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