Dump Truck and Car Collide Near Union-Endicott High School
Traffic in the area of Union-Endicott High School was slowed following a crash involving a large dump truck and a sedan.
Authorities say the collision at the intersection of East Main Street and Booth Avenue was reported around 8:10 a.m. Tuesday.
No injuries were reported in the crash, which happened two blocks west of the high school.
Police say a truck registered to F.S. Lopke Incorporated of Apalachin swung wide to turn from Booth Avenue onto East Main Street.
The 29-year-old Endicott woman who was driving the car also was attempting to make a right turn when the two vehicles collided.
The car - a Nissan Versa - sustained moderate damage. The truck appeared to be undamaged.
Officials say the operator of the car was cited for suspended registration, unregistered vehicle and uninspected vehicle.
Police also expected to issue a vehicle and traffic ticket to the woman.
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