Several Syracuse car accidents attributed to icy roads

by William Mattar | January 31st, 2008

January 29, 2008

The icy roads caused several morning accidents in New York, according to The Post-Standard. Four New York auto accidents happened between 8 and 9 a.m., according to police.

First, a bus slid into a storage shed after losing control down a steep driveway. No one was injured in the car accident and there was minor damage to the bus.

Next a woman crashed into a parked car in an icy parking lot when she lost control of her vehicle. Then a New York car accident happened when a woman lost control on a road and slip into oncoming traffic. Her vehicle was struck on the passenger side. Both drivers involved in the Syracuse car accident were treated for injuries at a local hospital and released. Police attribute seat belts to keeping them from having more serious injuries, as their cars were totaled.

Lastly, a man was ejected from his car and thrown about 40 feet from his vehicle after his car rolled over. A passenger in the vehicle was not hurt, but the man was taken to a local hospital to be treated for his Syracuse auto accident injuries.

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