The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office says a Canandaigua roadway was shut down for a period of time on Thursday after a serious crash.
On Thursday around 4:30 p.m. deputies responded to the intersection of County Road 28 and Emerson Road for a three car personal injury crash.
Deputies say investigation determined that Patricia Carney, 73, of Penfield was traveling east on Emerson Road and failed to yield the right of way to Isaac Wilson, 39, of Walworth, who was traveling north on County Road 28.
The force of collision caused Carney’s vehicle to run into an RG&E utility pole, and for Wilson’s vehicle to collide with another vehicle at the stop sign on the west side of the intersection.
Deputies say 21-year-old Shaman Watts-Blood, of Canandaigua was operating that third vehicle.
Carney was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital and was the only injured party in the wreck. Meanwhile, she was issued a citation for failing to yield the right of way.
Deputies say Emerson Road was closed from County Road 28 to Sand Hill Road. The Canandaigua Fire Department also assisted.
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