Police say a Waterloo woman was crossing Route 414 attempting to enter McDonald’s when she collided with a vehicle operated by a Romulus woman.
The crash happened on Friday around 2:30 p.m.
Police say Seneca County 911 received multiple calls reporting the two-vehicle crash around that time, which prompted response from the Seneca Falls Fire Department, Seneca Falls Police Department, and North Seneca Ambulance.
Police say Angelina Sindoni, 26, of Waterloo was crossing Route 414 from the Tops Plaza into McDonald’s when she collided with a vehicle operated by 73-year-old Sue Sharpe, of Romulus.
Sharpe was traveling south, and due to the force of the collision both vehicles suffered heavy damage.
Sindoni suffered minor injuries and was checked over at the scene. New York State Park Police also assisted, according to the Seneca Falls Police Department.
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