2- car accident in upstate NY needed emergency medical services to transport injured drivers
Rochester, NY(NewYorkInjuryNews.com)– Early Wednesday morning, a Rochester man driving a pickup truck eastbound on Macedon Center Road jumped the median into west bound lanes and collided with a minivan in Perinton, announced the Democrat and Chronicle.
Emergency medical services quickly arrived at the scene of the accident near Copper Beech Run, while Sherriff’s investigated the wreck. The driver of the pickup truck was a 32-year-old man from Rochester. There were no passengers in either vehicle.
Fairport and Macedon paramedics worked for an hour to remove the man out of his completely demolished truck. The man’s name was undisclosed by police, who noted the man had serious injuries to his chest and arms. Doctors and nurses are treating him for internal damage and other serious injuries suffered from the accident at the Strong Memorial Hospital, sources state. The man was transported by helicopter about an hour after the crash.
The driver of the minivan was a woman, 47, from Macedon. After being hit by the truck, she suffered only minor injuries and was transported via emergency ground transportation to be treated at Strong hospital.
Macedon Center road/ Route 31F was temporarily blocked off so medical and police authorities could attend to the crash and its victims. Firefighter crews from surrounding areas lent a hand in cleaning up the wreck. Police continue to investigate the accident.