A Ford Taurus wagon was heading northbound on Interstate 390 on Nov. 3 and ran into the back of a tractor-trailer that was disabled on the shoulder of the road.
The Henrietta Ambulance Chief was on scene with a severely damaged car, two occupants out of the vehicle and one still sitting in the vehicle's back seat area. EMS Command requested three ALS ambulances to the scene. The Henrietta Fire Department assisted with packaging patients and blocking the right lane of I-390 NB.
The three occupants were transported by Henrietta Ambulance to Strong Hospital for evaluation. The most severe injury was the unbelted back seat passenger, with a broken femur. The two front seat passengers had been given tickets and made to buckle up by a New York State Trooper just 15 minutes before the crash. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating the cause of the accident.