Timothy Ross Obituary, Death Cause – A young man from Shirley, Massachusetts, who was sixteen years old and riding a motorbike when he lost control and crashed at Rocky Point on Thursday evening is believed to have been the victim of a murder, according to the Suffolk police. The collision took place at Rocky Point. Timothy Ross, 19, was driving a 2007 Honda motorcycle southbound on Rocky Point Yaphank Road, north of Whisky Road, just before 11 p.m., when the motorcycle struck rumble strips on the edge of the roadway, causing him to lose control of the vehicle, which then left the roadway and crashed into a tree.
Ross was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. Ross was in critical condition and needed to be transferred to the hospital. According to the report filed by the police, the incident took place as a direct consequence of the motorcycle coming into contact with the rumble strips. At the site of the crash, a physician assistant who worked for the Office of the Suffolk County Medical Examiner reached the decision that Ross was no longer aware, and as a result, he had gone dead.
His motorbike was taken into custody so that a safety check could be performed, and the investigation is now in the preliminary phases at this point in time. Contact information for the 7th Squad may be found at this number: 631-852-8752. Anyone who has any reason to suspect that they may have knowledge concerning the accident should get in touch with the investigators as soon as possible.