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3 people died and 8 others suffered personal injury in a car accident on the Taconic State Parkway in Yortown Heigthts, NY

3 people from New York City were killed in a car accident Saturday afternoon on the Taconic State Parkway near Yorktown, NY. 8 others were injured including one who is still in critical condition. According to the police investigators, 33 year old Nerim Sinanovic from the Bronx, NYC, was driving north with his family, when he lost control of his BMW SUV, struck the grass embankment that separates the northbound lanes and the southbound lanes and went airborne. His vehicle landed in the southbound lanes, striking two other cars.  A fourth car tried to avoid the accident and crashed into the center guard rail.  The first car struck was driven by 63 year old Donald M. Mulvaney from Brooklyn who was riding with his wife 61 year old Ledell Mulvaney and his daughter , 31 year old Katherine Mulvaney. Both the wife and the daughter died in the accident while the father was transported to the hospital in critical conndition. Nerim Sinanovic’s 2 year old daughter, Leona Sinanovic who was riding in the back of the BMW SUV also died in the accident.  Nerim, his wife 22 year old Blerta and his other daughter , 1 year old Lira were injured and transported to the hospital where they are being treated. They are in stable condition. The occupants of the other car invovled in the collision, Tara Duggins, 28, of Hampton, Virginia, and Sharne Sweeney, 27, of Shrub Oak were also injured. The two other occupants of the fourth car Jennifer Enriquez, 27, and passenger, Jason Lopez, 28, both of Peekskill, suffered minor injuries and have already been released from the hospital. Read more in the Putnam Daily Voice