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EARLY-MORNING CRASH KILLS DRIVER, 22

A young Brockport man was killed early Saturday when he lost control of his car on Route 19 in the Town of Bergen, Genesee County Sheriff's Department officials said.

Jonathan B. Webb, 22, of Highview Circle, was pronounced dead at the accident scene, just south of Bissell Road, at about 2:20 a.m., according to Deputy Ryan Bodekor and Sgt. Jon Szumigala.

Webb was driving south in his 1999 Plymouth Breeze when he failed to negotiate a curve, traveled east off the road and struck a tree, causing the vehicle to overturn in a ditch before coming to a stop upright, deputies said.

Investigator Timothy Weis and Sgt. William Scott of the sheriff's crash management team were continuing to investigate the accident. The Bergen Volunteer Fire Department assisted at the crash scene.

Newly minted quarter sets available

LITTLE VALLEY -- Newly minted sets of five uncirculated quarter-dollars in a 10-year commemorative series celebrating the 50 states are available at Cattaraugus County Bank.

The newly minted sets are immediately taken out of production. They are minted in the order that the states were admitted to the Union and contain two versions of each quarter, one from the Denver Mint and one from the Philadelphia Mint. The current series includes New York, along with the most recently released Vermont coin. North Carolina, Rhode Island and Kentucky are also part of the 2001 series.

Also available are 1999 and 2000 sets, all at a cost of $5 each. Collector boxes are also available to hold all 50 coins in the series, which will end production in 2008.

Cattaraugus County Bank's main office is located in Little Valley, with branch offices in Franklinville, Randolph, Salamanca and Springville.

Accounting, consultants mark 30 years

ELLICOTTVILLE -- The accounting and business advisory firms of Buffamante Whipple Buttafaro and GFC Business Systems are celebrating a 30th anniversary.

The firms will host an evening reception Oct. 3 at Holimont for invited staff, clients, friends and associates.

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