Amy Sullivan Johnstown, NY, died after motorcycle accident in Saratoga

Motorcyclist charged following crash. Learn more about Amy Sullivan Obituary and funeral plans...

Amy Sullivan Death – Amy Sullivan of Johnstown, New York, passed away following a motorcycle accident in Saratoga. She was 43 years old. According to her family, Amy was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by her boyfriend, when he ran into the back of a truck getting off the Northway in Saratoga. Her boyfriend survived and is being charged with her death.

Amy was said to be an amazing person, friend and mother to her precious children. She was very happy girl with a good job and her own home. She leaves behind 3 wonderful children, her siblings, and so very many close friends. Her sense of humor, her kindness, and her ability to make friends every where she went was her own special trademark.

Amy Sullivan Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

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A call about a motorcycle accident was received by Wood County Dispatch on August 21 at approximately six o’clock in the evening. The accident occurred on Highway 73, west of 80th Street. According to the findings of the preliminary inquiry, the rider of the motorcycle was part of a larger group consisting of three other motorcycles that were heading south on Highway 73. The motorcycle was confronted with a deer that ran into the road in front of him.

The rider of the motorcycle was unable to avoid colliding with the deer and consequently lost control of the vehicle. Because of the severity of his wounds, the operator needed to be taken to a nearby medical facility for treatment. At the hospital, the operator could not be saved and was proclaimed dead as a result of his injuries.

There were no other members of the group that were involved in the collision. Assisting the Wood County Sheriff’s Department were Wood County Rescue, Saratoga 1st Responders, Grand Rapids Fire, Wisconsin Rapids Ambulance Service, Life Link, and Tom-Lin Tow Service. Also present were members of Grand Rapids Fire.

The inquiry into this accident is still ongoing.

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