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Multiple injuries sustained in two-car accident in Annsville

By SPENCER DAVIDSON

ANNSVILLE, N.Y. (WKTV) - Several people were injured in a two car accident on State Rt. 69 in the Town of Annsvile, early Saturday morning.

According to Oneida County Sheriff, Robert Maciol, at approximately 6:28 a.m., Bonnie Lundrigan, 52, of Taberg, was traveling West on Route 69, when she fell asleep at the wheel.

After falling asleep, Lundrigan's vehicle crossed into the eastbound lane and collided head on with another vehicle being operated by Raymond Hollibaugh, 43, of Westdale.

Both drivers sustained what officials are calling non life-threatening injuries, and have been transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Lundrigan was also traveling with her two children, Courtney, 17, and Alexander, her 7-month old infant, who were also transported to the hospital for treatment.

Courtney sustained a broken arm in the crash, while Alexander remained unharmed in the collision, but was transported as a precaution.

Lundrigan was issued a summons for failing to keep right, and is scheduled to answer in the Town of Annsville at a later date.

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