Rochester, NY – Motor Vehicle Collision Results in Injuries on Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY (October 4, 2018) – An accident believed to have involved at least two vehicles was reported at around 4:51 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, October 4. The crash took place in the northbound and southbound lanes of Clinton Avenue at East Main Street in Rochester.
Injuries were confirmed, however, the number of people involved and the extent of their wounds remains unclear at this time. Authorities stated that emergency crews were called to the scene, although it is unclear as to whether or not anyone involved required transportation to a hospital.
There was no word as to how the accident happened or which vehicle may have been at fault for the crash. Authorities are currently piecing together the events that led to the accident.
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Above all else, we would like to extend our sincerest sympathies to anyone who was hurt in this collision as we warmly wish for their full recovery. Be it drowsy driving, excessive speeding, DUI, distracted driving, or any form of negligent operation of a vehicle, New York car accidents happen all too often for many different reasons.
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