Posted on Saturday, January 12th, 2019 at 10:25 pm
Plattsburgh, NY (January 12, 2019) – Police say that two people were injured in an accident with a Fedex truck when the driver of the truck veered into the oncoming lane of traffic.
34-year-old Justin Pierrelouis had been traveling northbound on Idaho Avenue in a 2006 truck when he collided with Denise Bechard, who had been driving a Chevy Colorado.
56-year-old Bechard was brought to the hospital with a leg injury while Pierrelouis suffered from a back injury.
At this time, police are still investigating the circumstances of the accident.
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