ORANGETOWN, N.Y. – A car involved in a collision in Pearl River Tuesday afternoon ran off the road and struck a house, police said.
Police said the two-car crash happened near the intersection of Lois Drive and Orangeburg Road around 1:30 p.m.
One of the vehicles involved careened into a home on Orangeburg Road, police said.
The second motorist called police.
A passenger in that car was injured and taken by crews from the Pearl River Ambulance Corps. to Nyack Hospital, about 7 miles away.
Also responding to the scene were crews from the Pearl River Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 and Orangetown’s building inspector.
The car was removed from the house, police said, “without incident.”
Further details, such as the extent of damage to the house, any other injuries, or if any tickets were issued, could not be learned Tuesday evening.
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