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February 4, 2013

Police Log: Feb. 4, 2013

PERSONAL-INJURY ACCIDENTS

PLATTSBURGH — Two men were injured Wednesday in a car accident in the City of Plattsburgh.

According to police, Donald Tourville, 33, from Plattsburgh, failed to stop at a stop sign on Bailey Avenue, striking a 2008 Dodge pick-up truck driven by Gaylord Garrant, 44, from Mililani, Hawaii, just before 5 p.m. Garrant’s two passengers, Richard Garrant, 46, and Dale Flora, 46, complained of head and back pain and were transported by ambulance to CVPH Medical Center. A ticket was issued to Tourville for failing to stop at a stop sign. 

PLATTSBURGH — A woman was injured in a two-car crash 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Prospect Avenue and Cornelia Street.

According to police, Ryan Heron, 22, of Manlius, N.Y., ran a stop sign at Prospect Avenue, and collided with a car operated by Jack Dominie, 45, of Plattsburgh, who was driving south on Cornelia Street with Holly Baker, 22, and Mitchell Baker in the car. Holly Baker complained of chest pain but was not transferred by ambulance. A ticket was issued to Heron for failing to stop at a stop sign.

MALONE — A Fort Covington driver was hurt in a one-car accident just before 10 p.m. Friday, the victim of her own dog.

According to police, Katelyn M. Oldham-Benway, 19, of Fort Covington, was traveling northwest on County Road 42 near Foster Road when her dog jumped from the backseat to the front seat. The distraction caused the accident. Oldham-Benway complained of pain and was transferred by ambulance to seek medical attention.

KEESEVILLE — Icy roadways covered by snow caused a car to skid off of Silver Lake Road at about 3:40 p.m. Saturday, injuring a local woman.

Roger Dubray, 41, of Dannemora, was headed north on County Road 1 when he slid on the slippery roads. The back end of the car spun clockwise, skidding off the road into a snowbank, which tipped the car on the driver’s side. The roof of the vehicle hit a telephone pole. Dubray’s wife, Andrea Dubray, was in the back seat, and his father-in-law, Roger Lamora, was in the front seat. Andrea Dubray complained of shoulder pain and was transported to CVPH Medical Center. 

— By Contributing Writer Kaitlyn Affuso

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