• July 11, 2019

Two Injured in St. Lawrence County, NY, 18-wheeler Accident on Route 56

St. Lawrence County, NY -- July 3, 2019, two people sustained injuries following an accident where their vehicle and an 18-wheeler collided on Route 56.

In their reports, police investigators said that a car was traveling along Route 56 near Trimm Road at around 12:30 p.m.

The exact cause of the crash remains unclear at this time. Police say that two people from the car had to be transported to Canton-Potsdam Hospital for treatment of their injuries. The severity of those injures was not specified.

Police did not say if charges or citations were filed after the crash. They continue to investigate the circumstances leading up to the collision.

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