VERONA — Two drivers and a passenger suffered minor injuries in a two-car crash that occurred at the intersection of Routes 365 and 31 Thursday morning, according to a
report by local law enforcement officials.
Deputies said Patrick Seeber, 32, of Canastota, was driving a gray 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer eastbound on Route 365 in the left turning lane for Route 31 and when he attempted to make the turn, crossed into the westbound lane and struck a black 2012 Volkswagen Jetta, operated by Bruce Pratt, 37, of Rome, who was traveling westbound through the intersection at 5:59 a.m.
The collision caused heavy front end damage to both vehicles. Seeber was treated and released at the scene for ankle pain.
Pratt was transported from the scene by ambulance to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse for a right leg injury, the sheriff’s deputies said.
The front seat passenger of Seeber’s vehicle, Aliyah Seeber, 9, complained of abdominal pain and was treated and released, the authorities said.
The rear seat passenger of Seeber’s vehicle, Abbeygal Seeber, 11, was not injured, the deputies added.
Members of the Verona Fire Department, Vineall Ambulance and the Oneida Indian Nation Police assisted at the scene, officials said.
At this time, no citations have been issued as the investigation into the motor vehicle accident is on-going.
The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone who may have witnessed the accident, to contact
Deputy Daniel Walts at 315-765-2716.