Teen suffers internal injuries in Lysander crash blamed on driver running stop sign
A Baldwinsville woman ran a stop sign at Lamson and Pendergast Roads in Lysander Friday afternoon causing a crash that injured four people, the Onondaga County Sheriff says.
Here is what authorities said about the crash in a news release: At about 4:55 this afternoon, Elsa Capria, 48 of Baldwinsville was traveling driving a maroon suburban south on Pendergast Rd. The investigation indicates Capria ran the stop sign at the Lamson Rd. intersection and T-boned a black suburban that was traveling west on Lamson Rd. Both vehicles came to rest in a ditch.
Investigators say Capria, the only occupant in her vehicle, suffered a fractured wrist. The black suburban, driven by John Denny, 68, Baldwinsville suffered a fractured leg. Denny's front seat passenger, McKenzie Sayer, 15, Baldwinsville, suffered internal and head injuries. The rear passenger, Morgan Sayer, 12, Baldwinsville, was complaining of chest pain. The posted speed limit at the scene of the collision is 30 MPH - although authorities did not indicate how fast they believe Capria's vehicle was going.