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N.Y. Deputy Killed In Collision Near Pa. Border

June 13, 2011  | 

A New York sheriff's deputy was killed in a collision near the Pennsylvania border along State Route 427 on Sunday.

Chemung County Sheriff's Deputy Jeffrey Alexander, 26, and a 77-year-old driver were killed in a head-on collision shortly before noon on Sunday.

Deputy Alexander has been a member of the sheriff's office since 2006 and is survived by his mother, father and fiancée.

Source: The Leader


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