Sheriff’s Office identifies Auburn High School students injured in accident
Owasco (WSYR-TV) – Four Auburn High School students were injured in a one-car accident on Rockefeller Road in the town of Owasco on Wednesday morning.
According to the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office, 17-year-old Colin Kalabanka had just picked up a passenger and had passed an uninvolved vehicle when he lost control of the car and struck a tree.
All four students in the vehicle were injured. Kalabanka and 17-year-old Mitchell Feocco were taken to Upstate University Hospital.
19-year-old Natalie Herlihy and 16-year-old Robert Reynolds were taken to Auburn Community Hospital.
The Sheriff’s Office says that the students’ injuries do not appear to be life threatening.
The four were on their way to school, the sheriff's office said.
They Sheriff’s Office indicated that witnesses say speed and unsafe passing were factors, but they are still investigating the accident.
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