Posted on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 at 11:13 pm
New Hartford, NY (October 6, 2018) – A Higby Road crash took place that caused injuries in a New Hartford woman. The Hartford Police Department was called to the scene of the accident on Friday morning, October 5. The accident happened around 7:30 a.m.
Police said that the accident happened at the intersection of Chapman Road. Matthew Tracy pulled his tractor-trailer into the intersection as he was trying to turn left. At the same time, 42-year-old Renee Aughey drove into the intersection, which is where she struck the truck head-on.
Aughey was taken to the hospital with a back injury.
Police are looking for witnesses who might have seen the accident happen. They continue their investigation at this time.
New York Car Accident
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