Second victim in I-690 crash identified
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ONONDAGA COUNTY, N.Y. -- State Police have released the name of the second victim in Monday's deadly crash in the town of Geddes. Keisha Gray, 20, of Ohio was driving the Pontiac Grand Prix involved in the two-car crash on I-690, and was killed.
Meanwhile, friends of the other victim, Ryan Misener, 21, of Liverpool are leaving tributes on social media. He was in the front seat of the car driven by Gray that spun out and hit a concrete median. Misener's friends have created a memorial page on Facebook in his honor.
His co-workers at the Retreat Restaurant in Liverpool also posted on that page about how much he will be missed. And, a vigil today at the Butterfly Garden at Onondaga Lake Park is in his honor.
A third passenger in their vehicle, Joseph Clayton, remains hospitalized in critical condition with severe head trauma.
Police say the other vehicle driven by David Grice of Fulton, couldn't avoid the Pontiac and hit the vehicle on the driver's side. Grice was on his way to work at the time of the crash. He is in serious condition.