Woman injured in two-auto accident in Rome | WWTI – Vehicle Incident

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Girl injured in two-car or truck accident in Rome | WWTI – Car Incident

ROME, N.Y. (WWTI) — A 49-year-old female was transported to the medical center immediately after being included in a two-car incident in the metropolis of Rome.

According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol, Deputy Villarreal responded to the incident about 6:30 p.m. on July 15. An investigation into the incident revealed that 58-calendar year-aged Joseph Vanarsdale Jr. from Rome was running a 2012 GMC SUV heading east on Rome New London Street and minimized his speed for a disabled car on the southern shoulder of the highway.

Police mentioned that as Vanarsdale slowed down for the disabled auto, a 2008 Volkswagen Sedan being operated by 25-year-old Dominick Shearer from Rome, collided with the rear of Vanarsdale’s car or truck. The collision brought on reasonable hurt to the motor vehicle and minor actual physical injury to his passenger 49-year-outdated Stephanie Hotcfert, in accordance to law enforcement.

Hotcfert as transported to Rome Memorial Medical center by AmCare Ambulance for even more evaluation of her neck. No other occupant was wounded. Shearer was issued a summons for Pursuing Also Closely and a summons for Speed Not Affordable and Prudent returnable in the City of Rome Court docket at a later date.