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Fatal Crashes Top Week's Rockland News

Route 303 was closed in both directions following a three-car fatal crash. Photo Credit: Clarkstown Police Department
The intersection of Route 304 and Congers Road in New City. Photo Credit: Google Maps street view

ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. --  Two fatal car crashes topped the week in news in Rockland County.

Police have released the identity of a Westchester man killed in a three-vehicle Rockland County crash that closed Route 303 for several hours earlier this week. Click here to read the story.

A pedestrian killed in New City on Friday night after being hit by an SUV has been identified as a 68-year-old resident of New City, according to the Clarkstown Police. Click here to read the story.

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