A few hours later, the basketball coach in Syracuse, Jim Bohheim, set off for a festive victory at Carrier Dome to participate in a fatal catastrophe for I-690. 19659004] Here is what the CNYCentral learned about the schedule of events on Wednesday evening.
A basketball match against Syracuse v. 18 of Louisville ended shortly before 9pm. Wrapped around 9:15 pm
General Manager of the Jowei Italian Restaurant at Thompson. told CNYCentral that Jim and Juli Boeheim and a few others had lunch at the restaurant around 21:45
The General Manager said they sat down for more privacy. He said that Boeheim did not drink alcohol, and never saw that he was drinking during a stop at a restaurant.
Boeheim stayed about an hour and left around 22:45, according to the CEO. At 11:22 pm, the dispatchers received a 911 call from Boeheim and the police were sent to the I-690 East near Thompson Rd.
Investigators say that the car lost control and hit the fence. They say that many people in the car went out and went along the highway in "close proximity to this car."
The police said that Boeheim noticed a wheelchair and tried to avoid a car that was in the middle of the road. That's when policemen report that Boychy struck 51-year-old Jorge Jimenez from Syracuse, who stood on the roadside.
Chimenez was taken to hospital at the University of the State, where he was declared dead. the police and "fully cooperates with the investigation," the police said.
He published a statement Thursday afternoon, saying that he was "broken by heart."
Police said they do not believe that alcohol or drugs are a failure factor. At that time, they did not issue any tickets or file any charges.