ELBRIDGE — At least two people were injured in a head-on vehicle collision Tuesday along an Elbridge road, according to New York State Police.
Emergency responders were dispatched at around 1:30 p.m. to the area of 1130 Whiting Road, located east of the village of Jordan near Sandbank Road.
Following a preliminary investigation, on-scene investigators said a Ford was traveling west along Whiting Road at a high rate of speed when it crossed over double-yellow lines into the path of an eastbound Nissan.
The crash occurred at a sharp curve in the roadway.
Troopers said the driver of the Ford suffered an arm injury, while the Nissan's operator was transported for evaluation. Investigators said both were taken to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, while a rear passenger in the Ford was taken to Community General Hospital with reported hip pain.
Both vehicles sustained visible front-end damage and were towed from the scene. Tire marks, scorched along parts of the road, were left in their wake.
An investigation is ongoing. Authorities have not yet determined whether any charges will be filed or if there was any indication of drugs or alcohol involved. The names of the involved individuals have not yet been released.
Along with state police stationed in Elbridge, responders included SAVES Ambulance and Jordan Ambulance as well as fire departments from Elbridge and Jordan.