In Memory of Corey Moore, Gregg Williams, Roderick Cota, & Moonjohn Kim

Three people killed in an Oswego County crash were employees of a north country ambulance company returning from a call in Syracuse, according to news outlets.

State police identified three dead St. Lawrence County residents as Corey E. Moore, 50, of Canton; Gregg P. Williams, 58, of De Kalb Junction; and Roderick C. Cota, 63, of Norwood.. . 

A fourth man killed in the crash was Moonjohn Kim, 52, of Ellicott City, Maryland, state police said. . .

The driver and technician had transported a patient to a Syracuse hospital earlier in the day and were headed home when their vehicle broke down near Pulaski, Lawrence told the Daily Times. The mechanic drove down to pick them up.

Fewer than five miles into the journey back, a milk tanker in front of them heading north for Mannsville jackknifed, according to State Police. The driver, 38-year-old Charles T. Howard III of Watertown, told authorities he swerved to avoid “several” deer in the road and lost control of the tractor-trailer, said Jack Keller, a State Police spokesman.. . .

Moore, Williams and Cota’s vehicle struck the disabled tractor-trailer and went under it, coming to rest in a nearby ditch. All three were pronounced dead at the scene.

Kim’s vehicle struck the same truck soon after, police said. His vehicle passed under it and traveled more than 150 feet before stopping in the median where he was also pronounced dead, according to State . . . Ambulance workers returning from call killed in I-81 milk tanker crash

See more underride tragedies at Underride Crash Memorials and on our Interactive Underride Crash Map. To add more information on this story or to add other underride crashes to this map, send an email to; use this Interactive Underride Crash Map Crash Location Input Form.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *