Saturday morning didn’t begin on a good note for New York residents. This is because a Mount Vernon Pizzeria owner, Maria Piscopo, died in a terrible motor vehicle accident. Johnny’s Pizzeria is a popular destination for pizza lovers in New York.
The accident happened at about 1 a.m. on Saturday morning on I-684 in North Castle. It was a three-vehicle crash that killed 69-year-old Maria Piscopo. Mr. Joseph Piscopo, 47, also suffered serious injuries in the crash.
Joseph was driving a GMC Denali northbound with Maria sitting in the passenger seat. Initial investigations revealed that Joseph rear-ended a Dodge Dakota 2001.
The situation worsened when a 2012 Isuzu box truck rear-ended Joseph’s GMC Denali during his attempt to move to the highway’s shoulder. The Isuzu box truck operator involved in the accident has been identified as Saed K. Alkasaji,43 years old, from Danbury. Saed also suffered injuries in the crash.
All three were rushed to Westchester Medical Center where Maria was declared dead.
The State police received assistance on the scene from the following departments:
- Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
- Katonah Fire Department
- Troop K Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Unit
- Troop K Collision Reconstruction Unit
- Westchester Medical Examiner’s Office
The police are still investigating the accident further.
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