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One sent to Strong after crash on Rt. 104 in Sodus on Labor Day

A car accident in Sodus on Labor Day resulted in one person being transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

Deputies in Wayne County say that the accident occurred on Route 104 in the Town of Sodus at the intersection of South Geneva Road. Three vehicles were involved, according to deputies ad occurred when one vehicle crossed into the path of another vehicle traveling on Route 104 — causing a chain reaction wreck.

Deputies said that three vehicles operated by Freda A. Castle, 72, of Sodus, Charles L. Becker, 55, of Dryden, and Gilberto Avila, 24, of Wolcott were all involved in the accident with one being transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for treatment.

Deputies say that Castle alleges that she was stopped at the stop sign on South Geneva Road facing north and began to proceed northbound across Route 104 when her vehicle was struck by the vehicle being operated by Becker, who was traveling westbound on Route 104.

Becker’s vehicle then struck the vehicle being operated by Avila, who was stopped at the stop sign on South Geneva Road facing south at Route 104.

All parties involved were evaluated by medical personnel on-scene, with Castle being transported to Strong Memorial Hospital to receive treatment for injuries sustained during the crash. Castle was issued a summons for failing to yield the right of way at a stop sign — which is returnable to Sodus Town Court at a later date.

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