A Rome teen suffered minor injuries and has been ticketed after a three-car crash that shut down a portion of Route 233 Monday night.
According to the Oneida County Sheriff's Department, 17-year-old Gerald Esposito struck another vehicle while heading north on Route 233.
A vehicle driven by an Altmar woman was pushed off the road. Then Esposito struck another vehicle driven by a Rome man.
The drivers of those vehicles were not hurt.
Esposito was treated at Rome Memorial Hospital for minor injuries, and was ticketed for unreasonable speed and following too closely.
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