UPDATE: State Police say seven people were transported to Utica Hospitals following a crash on Route 12 in Remsen Friday.
Police say a 2018 Toyota Pickup Truck driven by 54-year-old Karen J. Seelman was traveling south on Route 12 attempting to make a left turn onto Steuben Street when she failed to yield the right of way to a 2005 Buick Century that was traveling north on Route 12.
The driver of the Buick 25-year-old Theresa M. Leggett, was unable to avoid striking the pickup truck, causing it to spin and strike a utility pole.
Leggett was transported to St. Elizabeth Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
A four-year-old male, and six-year-old male in the Buick were also transported to St. Elizabeth Medical Center with internal injuries.
A five-year-old male, and eight-year-old male also who were in the Buick were transported to St. Luke's Hospital with internal injuries.
A six-year-old female who also was in the Buick was taken to St. Luke's Hospital with a fractured leg.
Seelman the driver of the pickup truck was taken to St. Elizabeth Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Seelman was ticketed for failure to yield the right of way, and for not wearing a seat belt.
REMSEN N.Y.-State Police are investigating a crash on Route 12 in front of the Citgo gas station in the Town of Remsen.
The call came into Oneida County 911 a little before 1:30 Friday afternoon.
Traffic on Route 12 was tied up for a while heading Northbound.
One car was heavily damaged in the front.
Multiple Ambulances were called to the scene.
There were reports of multiple people injured, and a large street sign was run over.