A number one most cancers physician killed herself and her child in what police have decided was a murder-suicide, at her $1 million Westchester dwelling.
Dr. Krystal Cascetta was a hematology-oncology specialist at Mount Sinai in New York City.
Police say the incident occurred round 7am this morning within the city of Somers, with a preliminary investigation ruling that she had shot herself and her child.
A press release from the state police mentioned: “The New York State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) Somers is investigating a homicide/suicide in the city of Somers.
Preliminary investigations revealed that Krystal Cascetta entered her child’s room around 7:00 a.m. and shot her baby, then turned the gun on herself.
Dr. Krystal Cascetta, a well-known cancer doctor, allegedly committed suicide and her baby at her home in Westchester
This is the house where the suspected murder and suicide took place, in the nursery
“The scene corresponds to a murder/suicide.
The baby’s age and gender have not yet been released by police, but a due date shared online hints that Dr. Cascetta in March this year would be expected.
Dr Cascetta lived in the Granite Springs area of Somers, New York State in a $1 million house with her husband Tim Talty.
Contacted by DailyMail.com on Saturday, an upset-sounding Talty said, “Can you give us some time?”
Cascetta’s medical profile says she graduated from Albany Medical College and did her residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.