LeRoy Ferry Obituary, Death – A motorcyclist was killed in a hit-and-run accident that took place early on Tuesday morning on County Road 104, according to the Southampton Town police. The accident occurred in the early morning hours of that day. The authorities are searching for a tan 2002 GMC Envoy that has damage on the passenger side and may have fled the scene of the incident. If you see this vehicle, call the police immediately. According to the reports from the police, the victim was a man from East Quogue named LeRoy Quintin Ferry who was 38 years old.

A number of people called the emergency number 911 at approximately 5:45 in the morning. The police received these calls. The incident that resulted in the collision was reported to have taken place at a cross street that is situated on Pine Street by the Riverside police. At the scene of the incident were officers from the Southampton Police Department and the New York State Police, as well as firefighters and paramedics from the Riverhead Fire Department and the Flanders Northampton Volunteer Ambulance.

The motorcyclist was found lying unconscious in the roadway where he had been involved in the accident. When the accident occurred, he was heading northbound on County Road 104 on a motorcycle of the model year 2009 Hayabusa. The vehicle was involved in the collision. The SUV turned onto Pine Street as it traveled eastward away from CR 104. This was the route that it took.

Vehicle traffic was rerouted around a section of County Road 104 that was blocked off for the better part of the morning. This section of County Road 104 is located between Ludlam Avenue and the vicinity of the Riverside traffic circle. At approximately eleven o’clock in the morning, the road was opened back up to traffic. Investigators from the city of Southampton are currently looking into the incident. Anyone who believes they may have information regarding this incident is urged to contact the Southampton police department at the following number: 631-702-2230.