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Route 11 Farmington car crash injures 8
FARMINGTON — Eight people escaped with minor injuries Thursday in a two-car crash on Route 11, police Sgt. John Drury said.
“They were very fortunate,” Drury said.
Donna Sanford, 65, of Farmington, was heading east on Route 11 about 3 p.m. Thursday when her car was hit from behind and spun around by a car driven by Nicole Johnson, 24, of Farmington, Drury said.
Sanford and her passengers, April Sanford, 30, Nicholas Estes, 30, and an infant, all of Farmington, and Johnson and her passengers, Michael Frazier, 21, Mercedes Labrie, 19, and a 16-year-old boy, all of Farmington, were all taken to Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester for treatment of what Drury said were minor injuries. He would not release the names of the infant or the 16-year-old.
He said the accident is under investigation and no charges have yet been filed.
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