Ellenburg, NY – Teen Hospitalized After Three-Car Accident on Route 11
Ellenburg, NY (April 6, 2019) – A teen from Vermont was hospitalized following a three-car accident that took place on Route 11 involving other vehicles.
At the time, 67-year-old Peter Gagnon was traveling west in a 2017 Nissan on US-11 when he went to make an abrupt right tune into the parking lot for the Northern Adirondack Central School.
Gagnon’s vehicle then struck a 2018 Ford Escape being driven by 66-year-old Danil Rabideau, of Mooers Forks. It then struck a third vehicle, driven by 42-year-old Steven Johnson.
13-year-old Ella Danaher, a passenger in Gagnon’s vehicle, was the only one who received injuries in the crash. She was taken to the hospital with neck pains.
Gagnon received a ticket for failing to use a designated lane.
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