SALISBURY, N.Y. -- Three people were thrown from a UTV in the town of Salisbury Saturday night.
The crash happened on North Road shortly after 11 p.m.
State police say 27-year-old Christopher Cramer-Snowman, from Salisbury Center was speeding and lost control, striking a tree.
He's listed in critical condition.
His passengers, Cheyanne Cooper and Joshua Alling, were also airlifted to the hospital.
Cooper is in stable condition, and Alling is listed in critical condition.
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