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Pair of Rochester accidents reported on Farmington Road
In the first accident, police were called to Farmington Road at the Spaulding Turnpike overpass for a report of an accident involving two vehicles. Police say a 2010 Honda Civic, driven by Suzanne E. Snyder, 52, of Rochester, was exiting off the Spaulding northbound ramp onto Farmington Road when the vehicle was struck by a 2001 Ford Windstar van, driven by Heather Fogg, 38, also of Rochester. Fogg was traveling east on Farmington Road, headed towards Rochester.
Police say a 2012 Ford Focus, driven by Lorraine Grassi, 51, of Rochester was traveling west on Farmington Road and turning left into the Walmart parking lot when her vehicle was struck by a 2000 Dodge Caravan, driven by Joseph A. Strout, 73, of Farmington, who was heading east on Farmington Road towards Rochester.
Both accidents remain under investigation. Anyone with information on the accidents is asked to call 330-7127.
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