Police Continue To Probe Hit-And-Run Crash

Image by Town of Carroll Police.


CARROLL – Town of Carroll Police are still looking for the driver of a black GMC Suburban that allegedly hit a motorcycle and then left the scene of the crash Tuesday.

Police are looking for a black, 2007-2014 GMC Yukon Denali with Gold New York State Plates, chrome accents, letters GMC on rear of vehicle, low profile tires and blacked out rims.

At the time of the incident police said the GMC was operated by a white female.



Police said at noon on Tuesday, a motorcyclist, Paul M. Fardink, no age provided, was traveling on Route 62, approaching Ivory Road, when he was struck by the SUV turning left at the intersection.

The GMC Suburban was traveling east on Route 62 out of Frewsburg prior to the crash.

After he was knocked off his motorcycle, police said Fardink suffered minor abrasions and an ankle injury. Fardink did not require medical attention at the scene.



Anyone with information is asked to contact the Town of Carroll Police Department at (716) 569-5365.

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