2 Hospitalized Following 3-Car Crash in Putnam County
Two men were sent to the hospital with chest and neck pain following a three-car collision in Putnam County.
According to the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, on Friday around 2:30 p.m., a man was driving alone in a Honda Pilot SUV in a westerly direction on Route 312 when his vehicle drifted across the midline of the road and into the opposite lane.
The Honda sideswiped an eastbound Grand Cherokee SUV occupied by a male driver and three passengers and then ran head-on into an eastbound Dodge pickup truck.
The drivers of the Honda and the Dodge suffered traumatic injuries to their chests and necks. Their injuries were not deemed to be life-threatening, police say.
The four occupants of the Grand Cherokee were not injured.
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