New York State Police say a Rochester woman is facing charges after a two-vehicle crash on State Rt. 104.
It happened around 4:10 p.m. when police tried stopping a larceny suspect near Lincoln Rd. in Ontario on Friday.
Tamiya Jackson, 30, a parolee, failed to stop and fled police.
State police say they shut off their emergency lights and near Monroe-Wayne County Line Rd., he observed Jackson drive through a red light.
At that point, her vehicle collided with another, which was carrying a family of four.
The adult and three children were taken to Strong Memorial Hospital. Some of the injuries sustained in the crash were serious, police said.
Jackson was also transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for treatment of her injuries. A number of charges are pending, but the investigation remains active.
State Police are investigating a 2 vehicle, serious injury accident on St-Rte 104 westbound and Monroe Wayne County Line Road. All westbound lanes are closed at this time and motorists are urged to use an alternate route pic.twitter.com/xy07ODVulq
— NewYorkStatePolice (@nyspolice) January 22, 2021
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