UPDATE: Authorities have identified the driver from the Saturday morning crash in the town of Hannibal as 23-year-old Timothy Manno, of Fulton.

Manno was the sole occupant of the vehicle when it left the North side of the roadway striking a tree and a metal fence. 

The original story is below.


HANNIBAL — Authorities announced a man died early Saturday morning in the town of Hannibal after the truck he was driving crashed and rolled over.

Shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday, members of the Oswego County Sheriff's Office were called to investigate a single vehicle accident in Hannibal. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene, deputies said.

A 2015 Ford pickup was traveling east on state Route 176, according to authorities, when it left the north side of the roadway, striking a tree and metal fence. The vehicle then rolled onto its roof before coming to rest back on the roadway.

The name of the deceased has not yet been released, pending victim identification, a release stated, adding that the driver was wearing his seat belt.

The factors that led to the vehicle exiting the road are under investigation. Investigators said road conditions were not a factor.

The Oswego County Sheriff's Department was assisted at the scene by members from Menter Ambulance, Hannibal Fire Company and the New York State Police.