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Victim of deadly crash in Monroe identified

Neighbor: ‘The community has come together, is supporting the family as much as possible’


MONROE – Clarkstown police have identified 21-year old Kaylyn Amy Wynne as the victim of a deadly crash on Sunday. Police said Kaylyn Amy Wynne was a passenger in a Jeep that hit a parked dump truck on Mark Lane in New City around 10:30 p.m. Saturday.

According to Kaylyn Amy Wynne was ejected from the vehicle and the jeep was going well above the speed limit. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The unidentified driver was treated for minor injuries. Police also say he was driving on a suspended license.

Her neighbor Travis Mahran said people in the neighbor are rallying around Kaylyn Amy Wynne's family.

"The community has come together and is supporting the family as much as possible. You know it’s a good community. There are a lot of people here to help,” Mahran said. "It's kind of sad at least to see how she died and the person is still alive.”

According to her obituary, Kaylyn Amy Wynne was born in Tarrytown and was the daughter of both Kevin Wynee and Deborah Wynne.

She was a student at Finger Lakes school of massage in Mount Kisco, as well as a member of the Rockland Rock Crawler’s Jeep Club in Rockland County.

A visitation for her is scheduled for Friday starting at 5 p.m. followed by a chapel service at the Smith Seaman and Quackenbush Funeral Home.

"I saw that there is a gofundme set up for her funeral so there are a lot of people donating, helping her family out,” Mahran said.

The driver has been charged with two misdemeanors in connection to the crash.

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