WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - The New York State Police Department has released the identities of the two men involved in a head-on collision that involved a wrong-way driver on I-684 in Bedford.
According to the police, at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Sunday night, officers were dispatched to the area of Exit 4 when 30-year-old Carmel resident Steven Becerra entered the interstate from the southbound exit ramp and continued driving north in the southbound lanes.
Not long after navigating his Toyota RAV4 onto I-684, Becerra struck Yonkers resident Michael Duffy, 42, who was traveling southbound and could not avoid the wrong-way driver, head-on.
Both men were transported to the Westchester Medical Center for treatment. Duffy suffered non-life threatening injuries, while Becerra remains listed in critical condition.
The crash remains under investigation. Keep following Daily Voice for more information on Sunday’s wrong-way interstate collision as it becomes available.
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