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Investigation into Queensbury e-bike fatality continues | Accident-and-incident

QUEENSBURY — An investigation into Monday’s deadly car or truck-bicycle crash on Quaker Highway in Queensbury continues, state law enforcement reported Tuesday.

The victim of the accident, Kelly J. Burke, 53, of Granville, was functioning an Aostirmotor electrical bicycle south from the Pine View Cemetery entrance when he crossed Quaker Road and was struck by a car or truck, in accordance to a point out police information release.

A preliminary investigation by state police identified that Burke entered the appropriate eastbound lane of Quaker Highway and was struck by a 2013 Chevrolet Impala driven by Bruce Bissonnette, 73, of Fort Edward.

Burke was transported to Glen Falls Clinic, exactly where he was pronounced dead, law enforcement reported.

Point out police senior investigator William Shea claimed that there will be no felony prices filed against Bissonnete at this time, and that it was an regrettable incident.

The investigation stays open up though an autopsy is done.

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Bissonnette was not injured in the crash.

A worker at the Pine Perspective Cemetery claimed that Burke was not coming out of the cemetery and that he did not perform there.

She reported she had found Burke on his bike on prior situations and that he had commonly taken the route on Quaker Highway in the past.

Drew Wardle is a reporter for The Post-Star. You can get in touch with him at 518-681-7343 or email him at [email protected]