Randolph man identified as driver of pick-up truck that crashed into Jamestown funeral home Monday morning...

Jamestown police have now identified the driver of the pick-up truck that crashed into the front of a funeral home on Jamestown's westside late Monday morning... damaging the building... and, who later died.  City police say 83 year-old Robert Woodmancy of Randolph had some kind of medical issue when the accident occured near the intersection of West Third Street and Hall Avenue.  An employee at the Lind Funeral Home says they heard a loud crash shortly before 11 a.m., and, found the truck had slammed into the building... damaging an outer office, and a bay window in the building.  City police say Woodmancy later died at WCA.  Officers say the man's truck crossed West Third... and, struck a car... before hitting the building.  Three people in the funeral home were treated at WCA Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.  The other driver refused medical treatment.

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