Multiple Vehicles Involved in Glenwood and Dewey: The Rochester Police Department reported a collision involving many automobiles on Wednesday night at Glenwood Avenue and Dewey Avenue. (RPD)
Just after 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the RPD reports that they were called about an automobile accident involving many vehicles at the junction of Glenwood Avenue and Dewey Avenue. The RPD said that when they arrived, they discovered three automobiles involved.
Following an investigation, the RPD determined that Vehicle One, which was being driven by a 15-year-old city resident and had a passenger matching that description, was traveling west on Glenwood Avenue when it collided with Vehicle Two, which was traveling south on Dewey Avenue.
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According to the Rochester Police Department, the driver of Vehicle Two was a 30-year-old Rochester resident who complained of neck pain and was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital by AMR.
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The Monroe County citizen, 54, who was discovered to be unharmed, was driving Vehicle Three when Vehicle Two was thrown into it by the force of the crash, according to the RPD.
Both of the young people in Vehicle One were unharmed, and the RPD later acknowledged that the car the young person was operating had been taken out of the city on Tuesday.
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According to the RPD, both minors were charged with unlawful motor vehicle use, given appearance tickets, and taken home to see their parents. The RPD reports that traffic has resumed near Glenwood Avenue and Dewey Avenue.