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January 5, 2014

Two-car crash on Cambria-Wilson Road injures three

Three people were injured in an early Sunday morning two-car crash at Cambria-Wilson and North Ridge roads.

Arriving members of the Cambria Volunteer Fire Co. found the two cars involved in the 12:05 a.m. crash in a field about 20 feet from a home at the corner. A traffic power box was destroyed in the crash.

Mercy Flight was called in to transport one of the people to Erie County Medical Center. The other two people injured in the crash were taken to ECMC by ambulance.

The New York state DOT was called in to fix the traffic light power box and restore power to the traffic light.

All units were cleared and the road was reopened at 3:45 a.m.

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