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Accident injures pedestrians after Owasco fireworks

Sheriff David Gould reports that The Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a two car pedestrian accident.At about 10:16 pm on Sunday July 3rd as traffic was letting out of Emerson Park from the Annual Fireworks Display, a 2003 GMC Pickup operated south on Owasco Road by Adam Hurd (19, Auburn) struck a 1995 Volvo pulling out of Waterford Lane operated by Tyrel Cochran (19, Skaneateles) and occupied by Jamie Cochran (22, Skaneateles) & Tyler Cochran (18, Skaneateles). Vehicle operators and occupants were not injured.The impact forced the Volvo into the pedestrians which were walking along Owasco road causing numerous leg and back injuries. None of them appeared to be critical injuries.David Hyde Age 71 Rochester University Hospital by AmbulanceStacy McNeill Age 45 Syracuse University Hospital by AmbulanceMary Lou Haney Age 41 Fulton University Hospital by AmbulanceCarol A McNeill Age 70 Auburn Auburn Memorial by AmbulanceSteve Atkins Age 31 Auburn Auburn Memorial by AmbulanceBlake Kurten Age 16 Pennsylvania Auburn Memorial by AmbulanceChristopher Mosher Age 13 Pennsylvania Auburn Memorial by Private VehicleInvestigation is continuing and tickets for traffic violations are pending.The incident was managed by the Command Post in operation for the Fireworks Display and set up at the Emerson Park Administrative Office on Owasco Road. The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the New York State Police, Auburn Police Department and the Cayuga County Auxiliary Police. The Owasco Fire Department was assisted by Cayuga County Emergency Management, Fleming Fire 1 & 2, Throop Fire and Ambulance, Aurelius Fire Department, Sennett Fire Department, Auburn Fire Department, Rural Metro Ambulance, TLC/Auburn Ambulance, Onondaga County Air One

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