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SU basketball coach Jim Boeheim 'heartbroken' over deadly I-690 crash

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SU basketball coach Jim Boeheim 'heartbroken' over deadly I-690 crashThe crash happened around 11:30 p.m. near Thompson Road in Syracuse.
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SU basketball coach Jim Boeheim 'heartbroken' over deadly I-690 crash

Good evening-- i'm kristen copeland.

I'm don shipman.

Syracuse men's basketball coach jim boeheim says he is heartbroken after hitting a man who was standing on i-690 in syracuse late last night.

Tonight, we're learning new information about the crash... and anticipating a news conference from the syracuse police department any minute.

51 year old jorge jimenez was killed.

Syracuse police say boeheim tried to avoid hitting a disabled vehicle.....and hit jimenez who was outside the car....along with three other people.

Boeheim's field sobriect for showed no impairment.

In a statement, urther e says quotes time."




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