4 sent to hospital after crash involving big rig on NY-16 in the Town of Holland

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4 sent to hospital after crash involving big rig on NY-16 in the Town of Holland

ERIE COUNTY, NY – Multiple vehicles, including a tractor-trailer, were involved in a wreck last Thursday, June 20, in the Town of Holland that injured four people, reports WIVB 4.

The accident unfolded on a stretch of State Route 16 between Dutchtown Road and South Protection Road, near Three Valley Campground. Emergency responders were dispatched to the scene shortly after 5:45 p.m.

While the events leading up to the crash were not specified, the Erie County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) said a big rig and two other vehicles were involved in the initial crash, and two other vehicles were impacted by the resulting debris.

Four people were sent to the hospital, where one victim was listed in critical condition. By the time of WIVB 4’s report on Saturday, June 21, only one of the victims had been released from the hospital.

Officials had a span of NY-16 blocked off for nearly three hours to accommodate the response and investigation.

No charges or citations have been confirmed as of this writing.

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