Carrie Ray Brockport accident: Carrie Sementa Ray death, obituary happened on Sweden Walker Road in Clarkson around 12:30 p.m. Saturday October 5th, 2019.
The 46 year old Brockport teacher died following a bicycle accident after a pickup truck heading south hit her while she was riding her bike
A man driving a 2009 Dodge Ram pickup truck traveling south on Sweden Walker Road had struck a female bicyclist, Carrie who was also traveling south.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office responded around 12:30 p.m. Saturday for a bicyclist struck on Sweden Walker Road, south of Route 18, in the town of Clarkson.
Carrie was unresponsive but still breathing at the scene.
She was taken to a Rochester area hospital, Strong Memorial Hospital with critical injuries, where she sadly died the following day around 1:40 a.m. on Sunday, October 6, 2019.
According to deputies, the pickup truck driver was not hurt in the accident.
Carrie Ray Brockport accident: Carrie Sementa Ray death, obituary
Brockport Central School District identified Carolyn “Carrie” Ray, a second grade teacher at Barclay Elementary School as the bicyclist dead after the accident
District officials said in a statement Sunday morning:
“The Brockport Central School District is saddened to learn that Carolyn (Carrie) Ray, a second-grade teacher at Barclay Elementary School, has died due to injuries she sustained from a bicycle accident Saturday morning.
Carrie was a teacher with the district for almost 15 years and will be deeply missed. Resources and counselors will be available to provide emotional support for both students and staff.”
Alcohol and drugs do not appear to be a factor in the accident. At this time, no charges have been filed.
May her soul rest in perfect peace. Read touching tributes from friends and loved ones who adored Carrie
- From Elena Gatto Matthews:
Please keep my family in your thoughts and prayers 💔
Carrie Sementa Ray was the radiant light in our family. My heart is aching for her babies.
- From Stephanie Dietz Kucmerowski:
There has been tons of Hockey Family & Brockport teachers and staff that have messaged in regards to wanting to do something to help Michael Ray and the kids.
Carrie Sementa Ray had this radiant vibe beaming from her at all times. She loved her family, hockey family, and her students so very much. My son was blessed to have her as his teacher back in 2nd grade and I was blessed to have such a beautiful friend.
We will be setting up a meal train for Michael and the kids, since Annalisa asks what are they going to eat? Dad can only cook Mac and cheese! 🤭(Carrie would have laughed) I am going to wait for things to calm down the next few days but it is coming!
Thank you all for the thoughts and prayers! Please continue to pray for her husband and 3 babies❤️