Police are continuing to investigate the death of a Hudson Valley man on New Year's Eve.

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On New Year's Eve, New York State Police from Dutchess County began investigating a serious car versus pedestrian crash on  Manchester Road (State Route 55) in the town of Lagrange.

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The initial investigation revealed 30-year-old Jordan M. Earley, Lagrange, was walking in the westbound lanes of Manchester Road on Dec. 31, 2021, at approximately 9:25 p.m., while wearing dark clothing.

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Earley was then struck by a westbound 2017 Kia Soul, police say.

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Earley was transported to MidHudson Regional Hospital where he, unfortunately, succumbed to his injuries, according to New York State Police.

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Earley went to Dutchess Boces and worked for the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision until July, according to this Facebook.

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As of this writing, no charges have been filed. The investigation into the fatal crash remains ongoing.

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