Plattsburgh, NY – Plattsburgh Man Receives Injuries in Two-Car Accident
Plattsburgh, NY (December 8, 2018) –A Plattsburgh man received injuries in a two-car accident at the intersection of Tom Miller Road and Facteau Avenue this past week.
Police say that 43-year-old Eric OMalley was driving a Toyota east on Tom Miller when he suddenly ran into the rear-end of a 2017 Chevy driven by 43-year-old William Fuller of Plattsburgh.
At the time, Fuller had been slowing down so that he could make a left turn onto Facteau. OMaller was injured in the accident and taken to the hospital by ambulance for general aches and pains. He is expected to recover.
Police have not released charges yet but continue to investigate the accident.
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