November 20, 2016
GRANBY, N.Y. — A United States Postal Service worker was killed in Oswego County Sunday morning after getting into a crash, the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office announced.
The postal worker was driving north at approximately 11:40 a.m. on Ridge Road when they lost control of their delivery truck on the wet roadways, deputies said.
The delivery truck went off the shoulder on the eastern side of the road and collided with a tree, throwing the postal worker from the vehicle, deputies said.
The truck then overturned, crushing the ejected driver, according to the sheriff’s office. The postal worker was pronounced dead at the scene.
Ridge Road was closed for several hours this morning while authorities with the sheriff’s office, Granby Fire Department, Menter Ambulance and the New York State Police investigated the scene. It has since been reopened.
Authorities have not released the name of the driver, and the investigation is ongoing.
The sheriff’s office asks anyone who may have seen the crash or has information about it to call 349-3411.
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