A 26-year-old man has died in Albany, New York, following an accident on Route 41 in Pittsfield | broke down

A 26-year-old man has died in Albany, New York, following an accident on Route 41 in Pittsfield |  broke down

PITTSFIELD — A 26-year-old pedestrian struck by a car Friday on Route 41 has died, according to city police.


Police: The same driver was involved in three accidents.

Noor Khan Zadran of Albany, New York, died Monday evening at Albany Medical Center where he was transported by helicopter after an initial transfer by ambulance to Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield.

“No charges have been filed at this time and the case remains under investigation by (Officer) Gallagher,” Pittsfield Police Lt. Mark Maddalena wrote in a news release issued Tuesday morning.

Zadran worked for a subcontractor installing insulation for Interprint Inc. As part of the company’s expansion, according to Peter Stasiowski, director of communications at Interprint.

A pedestrian was struck and seriously injured in Pittsfield. The driver continued driving, collided with two other cars, and ended up in the woods

“Apparently he was waiting for a ride at the end of his shift,” Stasiowski said.

As of Monday, the driver, Judith Daly, 85, of Pittsfield, was listed in guarded condition at Berkshire Medical Center.

After the initial collision, Daly’s car apparently continued for about two miles, struck signs and at least one pickup truck, veered across Route 20 and stopped near trees.

Friday afternoon, a pair of dark brown work boots appeared in the grass just south of the Interprint driveway.

Police were concerned with preserving tire tracks that were visible in the dirt median next to the northbound lane of the road not far from Shoes.

Silver Hyundai in the tree

Judith Daly, 85, of Pittsfield was listed in custodial status Monday. Pittsfield police identified her as the driver of a silver 2007 Hyundai on Friday.

Police identified Daly as the driver of the silver 2007 Hyundai that struck Zadran. Daly’s car did not stop at the scene.

The Hyundai continued on Route 41, also known as Central Berkshire Boulevard, then turned the corner onto Route 20/West Housatonic Avenue about 0.8 miles after the accident.

Just before Route 20 curves at a house between Fontaine Antiques and Lebanon Street, or about 0.9 mile from the intersection from Route 41, tire tracks can be seen in the grassy area where the Hyundai jumped the curb.

The Hyundai ran over road signs in the small triangle median before crashing into a pickup truck parked on Lebanon Street at Route 20 near Top of the Hill Bill’s Mobil, 1.8 miles from the Interprint.

Truck driver David Turner, 58, of Hancock, told The Eagle on Friday that he did not see the vehicle that hit the back of his truck. The collision pushed his truck into a second truck.

The second truck sustained minor damage, Maddalena said at the scene.

After the Lebanon Street accident, the Hyundai crossed Route 20 and traveled a few hundred yards over a grassy area and finally struck trees behind Foresight and stopped in a wooded area., About 2 miles from the scene of the first accident.

The Hyundai sedan sustained significant front-end damage and its airbags deployed. The rear windshield was broken.

Daly got out of the car and initially only complained of arm pain to police.

Maddalena told The Eagle that in 23 years of investigating car accidents, he had never seen “anything to this extent.”

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