The Hudson Valley is mourning the loss of a 13-year-old with "unlimited" potential who was killed in a freak accident.

It happened just before 6 p.m. on Sunday in the Lower Hudson Valley.

13-Year-Old Killed In Harrison, New York


Officials say 13-year-old Mark Anthony Giordano was riding his bike with friends on top of a Metro-North parking garage when he accidentally rode off the five-story structure.

The 8th-grader lost control of his electric-powered bike on the top floor of the Metro-North Harrison train station parking structure and fell off the edge of the parking structure.

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The 13-year-old from Harrison was rushed to White Plains Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, reports confirm.

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Donations are pouring in for the child's family.

"His promise and ceiling at both Football and Wrestling was limitless. He will be missed for the gentle soul and dedicated friend he was to all who he came in contact with in just a short time here," the GoFundMe states.

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Giordano attended Lewis M. Klein Middle School. The Harrison Central School District is offering support to any students, faculty and staff impacted by Mark's death.


The Harrison wrestling team says Mark was an "amazing young man" who had "unlimited" potential in football and wrestling.

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"But most important he was always respectful, polite and a wonderful loving teammate," Harrison Wrestling stated

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