3-car accident hurts 7 people at central New York intersection
November 7th, 2011|
November 4, 2011
Seven people were injured Tuesday afternoon in a three-vehicle wreck in Pompey, New York. Six of the injured were in a minivan.
State police say that the minivan failed to stop at a stop sign at an intersection in the Onondaga County of Pompey, New York, just southeast of Syracuse.
The van then collided with another vehicle, left the road, and rolled over onto the edge of a corn field. Troopers say the van caught fire, but everyone had gotten out.
The other vehicle then struck a third vehicle. No injuries were reported in that vehicle.
The driver of the vehicle that the van struck and the six passengers in the van were taken to Syracuse for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
The driver of the van was given a ticket for running a stop sign.
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