Sodus, NY – Two-Car Accident on Route 88 Involving Truck Leads to Injuries
Sodus, NY (March 2, 2019) – Police from Wayne County were called to the scene of a two-car accident involving a vehicle and a truck that led to injuries in one person.
55-year-old Laurie Conrad, of Wolcott, had been traveling north on Route 88 when she failed to see a truck hauling trash that had stopped alongside the road. She ran into the rear-end of the truck, causing a major collision. Police say that Conrad had to be extricated from the wreck by first responders.
Conrad was quickly transported to the hospital with a variety of injuries for treatment.
Route 88 was temporarily closed for some time. Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the crash.
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We would like to reach out and extend our sincere sympathies to Laurie Conrad, with the hopes that she receive a full recovery at this time. Rear-end accidents tend to take place in New York every year for multiple reasons, some of which include distracted drivers and drunk driving. These accidents can lead to serious results in a heartbeat, which is why it is imperative to speak with a New York car accident attorney in your time of need.
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