Benefit For Three Teenagers From Deadly Drunk Driver Crash

Posted on Oct 27, 2022
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Come on out to the benefit being held at the VILLAGE GREEN PUB located at 311 North Union Street in Olean, NY from 12-5 to help support all 3 victims of the horrific crash that happened in Portville, NY on September 3rd.

“The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office said Skyler J. Hess of Wells Road was driving a pickup truck on Route 417 when it struck a Jeep legally parked on the side of the road. The Jeep was propelled across a lawn at 465 Portville-Ceres Road and it struck Kayden Joseph Belleisle, 19, of Olean, who was killed.

The sheriff’s office said the pickup truck then struck a sedan before veering off across the yard into a tree. During the course of events, Gabby Kranock, 18, and Hailey Bello, 16, students at Cuba-Rushford Central School, were also struck and injured.” (via the Olean Times Herald, September 9, 2022).
Gabby Kranock sustained severe injuries, including being paralyzed below her shoulders, and has remained at ECMC since the crash. She has had multiple surgeries on her neck and back in hopes to reverse this.
Hailey Bello is now recovering at home after sustaining internal injuries and a fractured ankle and broken foot.
“Hess, who apparently suffered no injuries, was arrested and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor; one count of vehicular manslaughter, a second-degree felony; and two counts of vehicular assault, also a second-degree felony.” (via the Olean Times Herald, September 9, 2022)
  • A $15 donation at the door includes a buffet. There will also be a myriad of baskets for a Chinese auction as well as a 50/50 raffle. If you are unable to attend but would like to donate, I have attached their GoFundMe links below.




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