Boylston, NY – Head-on Collision Occurs, One Person Ticketed
Boylston, NY (October 21, 2018) – On Friday, October 19 around 10:24 a.m., a head-on collision took place that led to injuries in one person and tickets to another. The accident took place in Boylston.
Police say that, at the time, John Kurtz was driving on CR-15 in his pickup truck about 200 feet from Van Aukin Road. He reportedly lost control of his vehicle, which caused it to cross the double solid center line and collide with a 2008 Saturn.
The Saturn had been traveling west and was operated by 80-year-old Phyllis Lebeau. Lebeau was transported by ambulance to the Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown. Kurtz was issued a ticket for failing to keep right.
New York Car Accident
Head-on collisions take place on our roads every day in New York for many reasons such as drivers who are driving distracted at the time, drunk driving, speeding and losing control, and many other reasons. If you have been injured in one of these accidents we wish to extend our condolences to you and hope that you receive a speedy recovery at this time.
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