Wednesday at around 2:15 p.m., a three-car accident occurred at the intersection of Williams Street and Route 60 in the Town of Dunkirk.
A witness said one car was southbound on Route 60 and another was trying to go west on Williams Street across Route 60 when the first collision occurred. That collision caused a secondary collision with a car on the west side of the intersection. One vehicle was towed from the scene.
The state trooper at the scene said that injuries were minor, although one person complained of neck pain and was taken to Brooks Memorial Hospital by ambulance.
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Williams Street and Route 60 was the scene of a three-car accident on Wednesday afternoon.
Although the trooper said that a full report would be available that evening, the state police website contained no further details. When contacted by telephone, a spokesperson at the Fredonia barracks said that troopers were extremely busy and did not have time to file a report.