Garbage Truck and SUV Collision Injures 4 in Clarkstown, NY
Clarkstown, NY – Four were injured after a garbage truck and an SUV collided at around 8:20 in the morning of October 1 along Route 303 in Clarkstown. One adult and three children from the SUV were rushed to local hospitals for sustaining injuries; while the garbage truck driver was uninjured. Due to the substantial damage caused by the collision, a large amount of hydraulic fluid was spilled on the roadway, closing the area for hours.
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