Four injured in Lysander crash

— Four people were injured in a Lysander car crash.

At 4:55 p.m. Friday, April 19, Elsa Capria, 48, of Baldwinsville, was traveling her maroon suburban south on Pendergast Road. Preliminary investigation indicates that Capria ran the stop sign at the Lamson Road intersection and T-boned a black suburban that was traveling west on Lamson Road. Both vehicles came to rest in a ditch located on the southwest side of the intersection.

Capria, the only occupant in her vehicle, suffered a fractured wrist.

The black suburban was operated by John Denny, 68, of Baldwinsville, who suffered a fractured leg. Denny’s front seat passenger, McKenzie Sayer, 15, of Baldwinsville, suffered internal and head injuries. Denny’s rear passenger, Morgan Sayer, 12, of Baldwinsville, was complaining of chest pain. All occupants of both vehicles were transported to Upstate University Hospital by ambulance.

The posted speed limit at the scene of the collision is 30 MPH.

No tickets have been issued.

The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office Accident Investigations Team is currently investigating the collision and will determine if tickets are warranted.

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