Woman Arrested For Motorcyclist Hit-And-Run In Patchogue

Woman Arrested For Motorcyclist Hit-And-Run In Patchogue

Recently, there is unfortunate news has come out A mother lost her son in the accident in East Patchogue, Long Island, where the accident happened the police on Long Island arrested a woman in connection with the hit-and-run crash she killed a volunteer firefighter. A 36-year-old woman named Maria Guallpa-Bonilla, of Bellport was caught in the hit-and-run where she killed the 22-year-old volunteer firefighter his name was Christopher Hlavaty a Hagerman. He was from 2 years in the Hagerman Department. Last month he was honored as “Rookie of the Year.”

That accident is a series of hit-and-run crashes on Long Island there with three people dying over three weeks, This happened on Monday, June 10 at about 10:45 pm when an innocent volunteer firefighter was killed while on a motorcycle.

Death Cause Of Christopher Hlavaty

A Maria Guallpa-Bonilla, 36, of Bellport Hit-and-run crash at Rider Avenue and Main Street in Patchogue left a motorcyclist dead. She killed the man who was a 22-year-old volunteer firefighter.

Hlavaty’s stepfather Scott Hansen said, “ A whirlwind of disbelief. Its waves of I can’t believe this is happening,”

Hansen and Hlavaty’s mother are both devastated.

“If he were here proper now, I would tell, ‘I told you not to get the bike.’I appealed to him not to get the bike,” Janine Hlavaty said.

His mother said my son left work as a truck driver on Monday night. Before leaving home, he went to help his friend fix their car.

Christopher’s mother says she dishes could say how much she loves him. She said “Don’t leave me. He understood how much I Loved him, and I knew How much He loved me,” he left me without saying I Love you, but he would say I love you so much.” she again said, “we will love you and missing you”.

Christopher Hlavaty was a graduate of Sayville High School in 2019. His dream was to become a firefighter and EMS. He enjoyed going to college and was preparing to join the National Guard next week.

Hlavaty’s mom Jannie Hlavaty informed News 12 that he was a “great Kid” who “did everything right. 

Guallpa-Bonilla’s bail was fixed at $75,000 cash or $150000 bond. Her next court date is June 18. She does not have a valid license.

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