Jacqueline Zangrilli Wiki
Jacqueline Zangrilli Biography
Jacqueline Zangrilli was killed in the crash on Route 202 in Montebello, which also left the 17-year-old driver and three other teenage passengers injured, WABC reported. The driver was allegedly speeding in a 2003 Jaguar sedan when he lost control and struck a utility pole, according to the report, citing police.
Jacqueline Zangrilli Age
Jacqueline Zangrilli was 16 years old.
Car accident – Cause of death
Jacqueline Zangrilli, 16, died early Saturday in a car accident in Montebello on Route 202. A 17-year-old boy who was behind the wheel was arrested and charged with drunk driving.
Wanamaker & Carlough Funeral Home in Ramapo takes care of the arrangements for Zangrilli. Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home at 177 Route 59.
Mass is scheduled for Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Church of the Sacred Heart, 129 Lafeyette Ave. in Sufferen. Private cremation service will follow.
Zangrilli’s mother, Laura, is a teacher in the Pearl River School District, according to a letter the district sent to the community.
“Our thoughts and prayers are united with those of the grieving family that they may have the necessary strength at this time of great sadness,” the district said. “… By understanding how difficult it is to understand the sudden and tragic loss of a young life, our counseling and support staff stands ready to assist our students as needed.”
Rockland BOCES posted on Facebook asking students and staff to show their support for the Suffern Central School District by wearing Suffern Mountie’s blue and white colors on Monday.
“All BOCES students and staff are encouraged to stand together with our Rockland County school districts in this effort,” the publication said.
Zangrilli was one of five teens in a car that crashed into a utility pole between Copeland Drive and Viola Road in Montebello around 2:50 a.m. of Saturday. Ramapo police found the vehicle on its side. Zangrilli was pronounced dead at the scene.
The suffering and communities of Rockland are mourning the loss of the girl. Many individuals and organizations swapped their profile photos on social media for the Suffern High School logo with the words “Suffern Strong” and “#MountiePride.”Viola Elementary School in Suffern tweeted Sunday that Zangrilli was a former student.
“Please consider making a donation and joining us (Monday) as we wear blue / white to show our love and support for the Zangrilli family,” the school tweeted.
Suffern hockey’s Twitter account asked for support from the community.
“The heart of the Suffern community is broken, but we are stronger when we are united,” the team tweeted.
In a Facebook post, the Town of Hillburn said they “share the sadness and pain felt by the families, friends and students of the Suffern Central School District. We extend our condolences to the Zangrilli family. ”
The other four students who were in the car with Zangrilli were transported to Westchester Medical Center or Nyack Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. All of the teens were under the age of 18 and were students at Suffern High School.
The driver, whose name has not been released, faces charges of second degree murder, second degree assault, first degree vehicular assault, second degree vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving.
He was arraigned virtually Saturday in Rockland County Superior Juvenile Court. He was released and is scheduled to return to court on Monday.
The Rockland County District Attorney’s Office assisted police at the scene. The investigation continues.
“Jacqueline was special in many ways,” read a GoFundMe page created for the victim’s family. She “She was an amazing daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece and friend.”