Four Injured in Disastrous Ulster County Crash
The investigation into this crash is ongoing.
On Sunday, January 6, Saugerties Police responded to a 911 report of a one-car motor vehicle accident on State Route 32, between Fawn Road and Blue Mountain Road.
Upon arrival, officers found a 2012 Mercedes-Benz C30 that had stuck a tree and was on its roof, after having rolled over several times, leaving a debris field over 200 feet in radius.
At the time of the crash, the vehicle had been occupied by four individuals. Two of the individuals seated in the rear of the vehicle were ejected during the crash. One had to be extricated by firefighters. The driver was removed by a passerby prior ro police arrival.
All four victims were treated at the scene, and two of the victims were airlifted to Albany Medical Center. Weather conditions prevented additional helicopters from assisting at the scene, resulting in land transport by Mobile Life Support and Catskill Ambulance of the remaining two victims to the Albany Medical Center.
Police are requesting that anyone who may have witnessed the crash or were in the area at the time of the crash and observed the Mercedes-Benz to please call police detectives at (845) 246-9800.