Fort Covington, NY – Three-Car Accident Injures Two on State Route 37
Fort Covington, NY (March 30, 2019) – Police responded to the scene of a three-car accident that happened on a local highway and caused injuries to two people.
The accident took place around 8:23 p.m., on State Route 37. State Police were called to assist. Emergency vehicles were called in for those who received injuries.
The accident took place in a chain-reaction style when two vehicles collided with one another and a third became involved.
Two of the people involved have since been named as 54-year-old Jonathan Garrow, of Hogansburg, and 21-year-old Alice White, of Malone. The third driver was an unnamed 18-year-old female driver.
No further details have been made available. The investigation of the accident continues at this time.
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