Report from The Daily News: Four still being treated after vehicle struck in Batavia
By BRIAN QUINN,
Mark Gutman/Daily News One of the injured being transported by Mercy Flight to ECMC in Buffalo.
State Police say the cause of one vehicle struck another Wednesday morning at West Main Street and Lewiston Road is still under investigation.
“All occupants involved are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries,” Troop A Public Information Officer James O’Callaghan said today. “Nothing has changed,”
O’Callaghan said State Police don’t usually issue a press release or release names unless an accident is fatal.
New York State Police Zone Sgt. Benjamin Fasano said Wednesday afternoon that a white vehicle was southbound on Lewiston Road, stopped at a light in the far left lane. A black car was headed east on West Main Street when it crossed the center line, went across both westbound lanes on West Main Street and struck the white vehicle.
None of the parties in either of the vehicles suffered life-threatening injuries, Fasano said.
The accident was initially called in at about 11:13 a.m. A total of four people in the two vehicles, two in each vehicle, were taken to Erie County Medical Center — three by ambulance and one via Mercy Flight helicopter.