Father reportedly works scene of son’s fatal hit-and-run

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A New York father was called to the scene of a hit-and-run accident without knowing his son was the victim of a fatal accident, according to WBNG.

Authorities confirmed to WBNG that Tyler Beschoner, 29, was struck and killed by a car on Route 363 in Binghamton, New York on February 17th.

Tyler Beschoener’s father, Corey Beschoener, who works for the New York State Department of Transportation, was called that night to help with a traffic stop due to a fatal hit-and-run accident. He told WBNG that he did not know it was his son who was killed.

“This is one of our worst nightmares,” Corey Beshoner said. “When I was getting ready, I was talking about someone’s world being turned upside down tonight. I didn’t know it was my world or my family’s.”

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The family of a man killed in a hit-and-run is looking for answers. (Savage DeMarco Funeral)

Binghampton Police told WBNG that the death of Tyler Beshoner remains under investigation. Captain Cory Miner is appealing to the community to come forward with any information she has.

“Community members should be aware that they may have heard something. They may have heard someone talking about this without realizing what they heard or its significance. “Maybe,” he said.

Tyler Beschoner’s family is desperate for answers and for those responsible to come forward.

“I don’t want to be hateful, I don’t want to be angry, because it’s not going to change anything and it’s not going to bring him back,” said Shanae Beschoner, Tyler’s mother.

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Shanay added that Tyler Beshoner’s 7-year-old son Jaden is “struggling.”

“He’s just suffering. He keeps saying he’s alone. He says, ‘It’s just me.'” So I said, ‘No, you don’t need all of us.’ ”’ Shanae Beshoner said.

Tyler Beshoner, the father of a 7-year-old boy, was killed in a hit-and-run. (Brendon Gitchell/GoFundMe)


A family friend has set up a GoFundMe page to help with funeral expenses and a trust for his son.

“Tyler is 29 years old and has a long way to go. Jaden Beshoner, his son is the center of his world and Tyler was the center of his world,” the page said. “Tyler was one of the most genuine and selfless people I have ever met. He was loved by so many people throughout his life and had a way of brightening up the mood of any room he entered. I really knew him. He had a deep love for his friends and family.”



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