State Police, Wayne County District Attorney investigating hit-and-run crash that seriously injured two

New York State Police confirmed on Thursday that they are investigating a serious hit-and-run accident on State Route 414 in Wayne County.

Police say the crash involved a vehicle and horse-and-buggy.

The horse drawn buggy was traveling southbound when a vehicle also traveling southbound struck the buggy from behind and fled the scene.

The operator of the buggy Carolina Miller, 24, of Clyde. The passenger in the buggy was Ervin Miller, 3, of Rose. Both were sent to Strong Memorial Hospital with serious injuries.

The operator of the vehicle Paige Rivenburgh, 25, of Clyde was not injured and later turned herself in to the Clyde Police Department.

State Police Investigators are consulting with the Wayne County District Attorney and charges against Rivenburgh are pending and the investigation is continuing.