Anne Burchardt Sadly Dies in Niskayuna Head-On Accident
Sadly, Anne Burchardt of Niskayuna, New York, passed away after a head-on car crash. This was caused by a negligent driver. This article will look at the accident and discuss whether or not a wrongful death claim is possible.
Xian Halsall (former employee)
Sadly, Anne Burchardt died in a head-on collision at the intersection of Niskayuna Avenue and Eastchester Avenue on May 21, 2005. Her death was a tragic event that left many mourning.
Anne Burchardt was a resident of Niskayuna, New York, at the time of her death. Her father, Thomas Burchardt, was a merchant in New York City. Anne’s mother, Caroline Spofford, was a resident of Green Village, New York. A niece of the Burchardt family, Lydia Cobbitt, was also living in Green Village.
Anne’s brother, Benjamin Burchardt, was also living in Niskayuna at the time of his death. Benjamin’s children, Mary Cornell and Peterson, were living in Green Village, as well.
A nephew of Anne’s, Jacob Smith, was living in New Fairfield. The Smith family is also associated with the Burchardt family. Samuel Clowes, Ivathrine Doud, and Thoma’s Wriglit, were also living in Green Village. A granddaughter of Anne’s, Phebe Burling, was living in Eastchester.
Other siblings of Anne’s included Thomas J. Berge, Samuell Vnderhill, and Deborali Vnderhill. The Berge family was originally from Brooklyn, New York. Samuell Vnderhill and Deborali Vnderhill were born in 1674 and 1682, respectively. Samuell Vnderhill was a farmer and Deborali Vnderhill was a fisherman.
Sadly, Maureen Morrow, a Tahoe City resident was involved in a head on collision on the afternoon of July 17. Police say there were two drivers at fault, and the vehicle was a 2003 Ford F-150. There was also a fair amount of smoke coming from the vehicle. Niskayuna police are still examining the scene.
Niskayuna police said there was no alcohol involved in the crash. They recovered an inventory of the crash site, and a couple of Bud Light cans were found. There was also a cooler with an ice pack, as well as a bottle of water. The largest item recovered was a small tin of tampons. There was also a plethora of other items, such as a bag of coins, a small bottle of perfume, and a hefty amount of cash.
A grand jury has not been convened to investigate the matter, but the results are likely to be reported in the near future. The state Department of Transportation has stepped in to help the city with the investigation.