For Immediate Release
Posted: May 30, 2024


Tyler Dumont, Public Information Officer
(603) 223-3641 |

Decision Made On Volodymyr Zhukovskyy’s Request To Reinstate New Hampshire Driving Privileges

CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire Department of Safety announces a decision has been rendered in the administrative hearing involving respondent Volodymyr Zhukovskyy.

The decision follows an administrative hearing held May 8 regarding a complaint filed by the State, alleging Zhukovskyy drove in an unlawful or reckless manner on June 21, 2019, on Route 2 in Randolph, materially contributing to the deaths of motorcyclists Albert Mazza, Daniel Pereira, Michael Ferazzi, Aaron Perry, Desma Oakes, Edward Corr and Joan Corr.

In a written order issued today, Thursday, May 30, Administrative Law Judge Ryan N. McFarland, Esq., of the Bureau of Hearings, upheld the State’s complaint and found Zhukovskyy’s unlawful operation materially contributed to the June 2019 crash. As a result of this conclusion, an additional hearing will be scheduled on a future date yet to be determined. Administrative Law Judge McFarland will assess Zhukovskyy’s driving privilege suspension period during that hearing. Next of kin will also be permitted an opportunity to speak.

As this matter is still pending, the Department will have no additional comment at this time.