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A woman from the Hudson Valley was killed and two injured following a crash on Route 17.

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On Saturday around 4:48 p.m., New York State Police at Deposit were dispatched to a one-vehicle rollover on State Route 17 near exit 84 in the Town of Sanford, near Binghampton. Troopers who arrived on the scene found the vehicle severely damaged.

Police believe a Honda Civic struck the wire guide rail on Route 17, crossed the roadway and struck the wire guide rail on the opposite side of the roadway before going off the roadway and rolling multiple times.

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The rear seat passenger of the vehicle, 62-year-old Miriam Jimenez of Middletown, was located in the back of the car deceased, according to New York State Police. The driver, 23-year-old Yanluilly Fernandez and front-seat passenger 22-year-old Jaynilin M. Jimenez, both from the Bronx were transported to Wilson Hospital with undisclosed injuries. Police did not release their conditions.

The cause of the crash is unknown at this time. The police investigation into the crash is ongoing.

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WHEN Jordan Clarkson found that Filipino food truck YumYumAsian¨s was vandalized with racist, derogatory terms and graphics in Salt Lake, Utah, the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year quickly swung into action.

The Filipin-American Utah Jazz guard condemned the act on Twitter and revealed that he¨s already coordinating with an artist’s group to help the owners of the food truck.

^It hurt me deeply to see that Salt Lake¨s YumYumAsian food truck was recently vandalized ! I know the pain that hateful language and racism causes, ̄ he said on his post. ^With help from IdentityGraphix, we¨ll be able to restore the truck and hopefully lift Ben and his family¨s spirit #StopAsianHate. ̄

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In a separate tweet, the 29-year-old from Tampa, Florida saluted the Filipino community in Jazz’s home state.

^I stand in solidarity with Utah¨s Filipino community ! love is more powerful than hate! #UtahFilipino #StopAAPIHate #StopAsianHate, ̄ he said.

YumYumAsian also replied, airing their heartfelt gratitude to the NBA star and his efforts to assist them.

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^Thank you @JordanClarksons for not only wrapping our food truck, but also for having it detailed at Gorilla Car Wash & for your continued support & encouragement. It means THE WORLD to the community & to us.”

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