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Person Airlifted After Accident Involving Three Vehicles in Watertown

Person Airlifted After Accident Involving Three Vehicles in Watertown

woman airlifted after accident in Watertown

According to police, a woman was airlifted to a hospital after a three-car crash happened. This car accident happened on Thursday, March 22nd. It occurred in Pamelia, New York. The police said that the woman was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital after the crash near Waterton.

The woman, Michelle R. Barton-Cox, was driving on State Route 11 at around 3:30 p.m. when another woman, Katlynn Marie Patterson from Calcium, hit her car. Barton-Cox was driving a GMC and Patterson was driving a 2011 Jeep. Patterson was trying to turn into her driveway. The GMC pushed the jeep into another lane and into a 2012 Ford which was being driven by Roy A. Mitchell. This information came from police sources.

Barton-Cox had to be airlifted to the hospital. The other two people involved in the accident, Mitchell and Patterson, were not injured. The incident is still being investigated by the police.

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