ROME – Two people were hospitalized following a car-pedestrian accident in the city of Rome last night, according to the Rome Police Department.
Police say around 8 p.m. Thursday, Jacob Pope and Amanda Vanhoven were crossing Black River Boulevard in the area of Fort Stanwix when they were struck by a car.
Pope and Vanhoven were rushed to St. Elizabeth Medical Center, and both are listed in stable condition.
Police say that no tickets are being issued at this time.
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