Crash involving Colonie Police car injures two

February 10, 2019 03:39 PM

COLONIE-- A Colonie Police car was rear-ended Sunday while it was stopped at a red light on Sand Creek Road. 

There was a police officer in the car who suffered minor neck pain. He was treated and released from a local hospital. 

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The driver of the other car, a 92-year-old Colonie woman, expressed pain in her leg. She was transported to Albany Medical Center and is said to be in stable condition. 

Police say the crash caused major damage to both vehicles. The road was restricted to only one lane for about an hour. 

The lane is now re-opened and the crash is being investigated. 


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