Posted on Saturday, November 24th, 2018 at 5:38 pm
Plattsburgh, NY (November 24, 2018) – Police say that a Plattsburgh woman was hospitalized after a three-car accident on Tom Miller Road and Smithfield Boulevard.
At the time, police say that 25-year-old Kayla Woods was driving a 2011 Toyota east around 3:30 p.m. when 39-year-old Shannon Goddeau was in her Trailblazer attempting to turn south onto Smithfield. This caused their vehicles to collide with one another.
The Trailblazer then struck a Honda being driven by 72-year-old Ella Wood of Plattsburgh, which had been stopped at a red light at the intersection.
Woods was the only one injured in the accident and was taken to the hospital for treatment. Goddeau was ticketed for failing to stop at a red light.
New York Car Accidents
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