Jay, NY – Woman Injured in Car Accident After Accelerator Malfunctioned
Jay, NY (December 1, 2018) – In Jay, a woman was injured in a car accident when the accelerator on her vehicle malfunctioned as she was driving her vehicle. Police have since investigated the accident.
The woman, from AuSable Forks, received a serious head injury when the accelerator malfunctioned. The woman was identified as 55-year-old Cindy Geppner, who was backing her Dodge Dakota off of a flatbed truck on School Lane when the accelerator suddenly went out. The vehicle went across the road and struck a parking sign.
The vehicle then accelerated back across Route 9N and struck a utility pole off the roadway. Geppner was rushed to the hospital for treatment and is expected to be okay.
Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the accident.
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