Riverhead Three-Car Crash Injures 4, Including 2 Seriously Hurt
Riverhead, NY – A three-car crash in Riverhead on September 4 left four people injured, including two seriously hurt. Police say the incident involved a 28-year-old Flanders man, who was allegedly driving a 2004 Ford sport utility vehicle while intoxicated. First, he slammed into a 2009 Honda sedan with a 49-year-old mother and her juvenile daughter, who were trapped inside the vehicle during the crash. Then, he collided head-on into a 2017 Toyota sport utility vehicle near Indian Island. The mother and daughter patients were airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital due to serious injuries, while the rest of the injured were rushed to Peconic Bay Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Police arrested the Ford operator with drunken driving charges.
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