Frank Gualdino Wiki – Frank Gualdino Bio
Frank Gualdino a Veteran police officer of the Yonkers Police Department was killed in a multi-vehicle crash on Tuckahoe Road near the Sprain Brook Parkway overpass on Friday, December 2.
Sergeant Frank Gualdino’s car was rammed by a teenager in a BMW, who lost control and drove into oncoming traffic before hitting the cop’s car and then an occupied Westchester county Bee-Line bus, authorities said as per NY Post.
Frank Gualdino died at the age of 24 years old.
Cause Of Death
Frank Gualdino, was a veteran of the Yonker Police Department assigned to the traffic unit as a supervisor. He was married and had two children, ages 14 and 20. The 53-year-old sergeant was just nine months away from retirement when he died in the accident. The 2020 BMW M5, which the 16-year-old was driving, crashed into the 2012 Chevy Impala without police identification.
Yonkers, NY – On Thursday, December 1st, 2022, at approximately 3:34 PM, members of the Yonkers Police Department responded to the Sprain Brook Parkway overpass on Tuckahoe Road on a report of a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival First Responders observed a multi-vehicle accident involving two sedans and an occupied Westchester County Bee-Line bus; the involved sedans were a 2020 BMW M5 and an u…
Following the incident, Gualdino, who sustained head and body injuries, was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead. The identity of the BMW driver has not been revealed as he is a minor. The driver is a student from a local private school who only possessed a learner’s permit that he received less than three weeks ago. The teen is currently in critical condition. The car reportedly belonged to his relative.
As per a Facebook post from the police department, Mayor Mike Spano said, “Our hearts are heavy as the City of Yonkers has experienced an insurmountable loss. Sergeant Frank Gualdino was a cop’s cop and the epitome of Yonkers Finest. Yonkers is a close tight-knit community and when we lose one member of our law enforcement community, we all feel a sense of grief. Frank was someone we all knew and loved. He was a friend and a family man – the best of all of us and the best of Yonkers. May God protect Frank on his final journey and watch over his wife, Lisa, and children Emily and Mark. Rest easy, Frank. You are Yonkers Strong.”
The multi-vehicle car accident is still under investigation by the Yonkers Police Department, and the police report stated that examination of the accident would include the possibility of criminal charges.