2 Drivers Sent to Hospital After Minivans Crash Sunday on Fabyan Parkway
Both vans sustained heavy damage, officials said. Here are more details.
Two people were taken to the hospital Sunday night after their minivans were involved in a crash on Fabyan Parkway, officials said.
A total of two minivans were involved in the crash — one had a male driver, the other a female driver. Hogan refuted initial reader reports that the crash was a head-on collision.
"One vehicle had heavy front-end damage, the other had heavy side damage," Hogan told Batavia Patch.
The two drivers were each transported to Delnor Hospital. Hogan did not disclose their conditions, citing HIPPA law. A civilian eyewitness reported two people being put on stretchers at the scene. There were no other passengers in either vehicle.
The cause of the crash and road conditions at the time of the crash were unknown at the time of this report.
Here is our initial post on this crash:
Batavia police and fire were at the scene of a car crash on Fabyan Parkway tonight near Route 31.
The crash was reported on Fabyan just east of Route 31 at about 7:30 p.m. Fabyan Parkway was shut down in that area until about 8:30 p.m. with traffic rerouted, Batavia police said.
At least two ambulances and a tow truck were sent to the scene, according to initial reports.
Further information on the number of vehicles and people involved were not immediately available. Patch will post an update if any other details are released.