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UPDATE: 5-year-old dead, several others hurt after car crashes, becomes submerged in Wolcott creek

State police have provided an update on the serious crash, now classified as a fatal wreck, on Younglove Road in the town of Wolcott.

According to investigators, the operator of the vehicle was traveling west on Younglove Road and lost control, causing it to exit the road, overturn, and become completely submerged in a creek.


Troopers say there were seven passengers in the vehicle when it overturned- three of which were ejected.

Two self-extricated from the vehicle, and two more were extricated by others on-scene.

Joseph Zufelt, 5, who was taken to Oswego Hospital, died in the crash.

Dylan Camp, 17, of Red Creek was taken to Upstate Hospital for minor injuries.

Isaac Moody, 14, of Martville was taken to Strong Hospital for non life threatening injuries.

Kolby Sincerbeaux, 17, of Red Creek, was taken to Strong Hospital with serious injuries.


Izabella Sincerbeaux, 14, of Red Creek, was taken to Upstate Hospital for non life threatening injuries.

Serenity Benjamin, 10, of Oswego, was taken to Upstate Hospital for non life threatening injuries.

The operator, Kayla Perrotta, 28, of Oswego, was taken to Oswego Hospital for non life threatening injuries.

The investigation is continuing at this time and more information will be released when it becomes available.



First responders called to serious crash in Wayne County

First responders in Cayuga and Wayne counties were called to a serious crash involving a vehicle that went off Younglove Road in the town of Wolcott around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday.

The vehicle, which was carrying several people and one infant, according to scanner traffic, crashed into Red Creek.


First responders confirmed that several people were seriously injured.

The Cayuga-Seneca Fire Wire reported that upwards of 10 ambulance rigs were called to the scene.

No fatalities were immediately reported. However, the cause of the crash remains under investigation.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.



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