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Huron driver accused of intentionally causing crash on Rt. 104

While no charges have been filed yet, a driver from Wayne County is accused of intentionally causing a crash that happened during the overnight hours this week.

According to a news release, deputies were called to a single-vehicle crash on State Route 104 in the town of Huron around 2 a.m. on Thursday.

Initial reports indicated that the vehicle went off the road near the intersection with State Route 414. When the report came in, deputies were told two people remained inside the overturned vehicle.

Upon investigation, deputies found that Marshall Kelley, 25, of Huron was traveling east on Route 104 before intentionally traveling off the road on the north side.

His vehicle struck the guardrail before hitting an embankment, causing the vehicle to overturn.

The front seat passenger was identified as Amber Gartung, 32, of Rochester. She told deputies that the crash was intentional.

Gartung didn’t suffer any injuries in the crash. However, Kelley was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital with leg and back pain.

The sheriff’s office is continuing the investigation. They say charges are possible.

Deputies were assisted at the scene by New York State Police, North Rose Fire Department, and Eastern-Wayne EMS.