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16-year-old killed in Syracuse accident identified

16-year-old killed in Syracuse accident identified

(Courtesy Davis School District)

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SYRACUSE — A 16-year-old who was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident Thursday was identified Friday as a Syracuse High School student.

Alan La Rosa was a junior at the school, according to the Davis School District. He was crossing Antelope Drive near 1100 West in Syracuse when he was hit and killed by a Dodge Neon around 6:45 p.m., according to police.

The Clearfield driver, 42, did not appear to be impaired in any way and was cooperating with police Thursday, said Syracuse police detective Erin Behm.

La Rosa was walking south across Antelope Drive in an area with no crosswalk and was wearing dark clothing, Behm said. It was also raining at the time.


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