Henrietta, NY – Sheriff’s Deputy Involved in Crash on West Henrietta Road
Henrietta, NY (December 24, 2018) – A motor vehicle accident sent a Monroe County Sheriff’s deputy and his cruiser into a ditch, resulting in at least minor injuries on Sunday night, December 23. The accident took place at around 8:30 p.m. on West Henrietta Road, in the vicinity of Calkins Road, according to authorities.
Investigators who have been looking into the crash reported that the deputy had been responding to a call at the time of the accident. Another driver was stated to have turned in front of the deputy’s SUV, subsequently forcing it off the road where i flipped over before striking the ditch.
Police along with emergency medical crews were called to the scene where the deputy was reported to have suffered only minor injuries in the crash. No further details have been provided at this time as police are likely continuing their investigation.
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