“Treat Williams’ Cause of Death Revealed After Fatal Motorcycle Accident: Victim Identified”

By | August 2, 2023

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Treat Williams’ cause of death has been revealed as “severe trauma and blood loss” resulting from a fatal motorcycle accident. Williams, known for his roles in “Hair” and “Everwood,” collided with a vehicle in Vermont. The other party involved, Ryan Koss, has been charged with “grossly negligent operation with death.” Williams had a career spanning 50 years and appeared in over 120 TV and film roles. He is survived by his wife and two children. Wendell Pierce and others in the TV industry paid tribute to Williams. Inga Parkel reported

Treat Williams, the beloved actor known for his roles in “Hair” and “Everwood,” tragically lost his life earlier this year in a fatal motorcycle accident at the age of 71.
On June 12, Williams was riding his motorcycle in Vermont when he collided with a vehicle that pulled out in front of him. He was airlifted to Albany Medical Center in New York, but unfortunately, he did not survive.
Barry McPherson, Williams’ agent, confirmed the actor’s death, stating that he was cut off by a car while making a turn. McPherson described Williams as the nicest guy and incredibly talented.
After a thorough investigation, the Vermont medical examiner determined that Williams’ death was a result of severe trauma and blood loss from the crash.
In connection with the accident, Ryan Koss, the other party involved, has been charged with “grossly negligent operation with death” by the Bennington County State’s Attorney.
Koss voluntarily met with authorities and was later released. He is scheduled to appear for arraignment on September 25.

Treat Williams Motorist Cited

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Throughout his nearly 50-year career, Williams appeared in over 120 TV and film roles, including notable movies like “The Eagle Has Landed,” “Prince of the City,” and “Once Upon a Time in America.”
He is survived by his wife, Pam Van Sant, and their children, Gill and Elinor Williams.
In the wake of Williams’ tragic passing, Wendell Pierce, star of the TV show “Suits,” paid tribute to the actor, describing him as a passionate, adventurous, and creative man.

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Treat Williams was a passionate, adventurous, creative man,” Pierce wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. “In a short period of time, he quickly befriended mean his adventurous spirit was infectious.
“We worked on just one film together but occasionally connected over the years. Kind and generous with advice and support. RIP.”
Additional reporting by Associated Press

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