ROME, N.Y. - A Rome woman was hurt following a three-car accident Monday. Authorities said bad road conditions contributed to the crash.
According to Oneida County Sheriff's office Ginny Bromley, 24 of Rome lost control of her car and slid into two other motor vehicles.
The accident happened on State Route 365, near the Route 825 Ramp. Autorities said she lost control of her vehicle and clipped the first car operated by Brenda Clance, 66 of Rome, and continued on and hit another vehicle, a Ford F-350 operated by John Crossley of Holland Patent, head on.
It was determined that unsafe speed and unsafe tires were contributing factors in the accident as well as slick road conditions.
Bromley was transported to Rome Memorial Hospital for evaluation of a minor leg injury. Clance and Crossley did not report any injuries on scene.
Bromley was issued several tickets including unsafe speed, aggravated unlicensed operator, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and operating a motor vehicle without insurance. All tickets are returnable to Rome City Court at a later date.