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Rt. 50 crash sends one car into McDonald's

The Daily Gazette, December 6th 2006
 

GLENVILLE - A two-car crash sent one vehicle slamming into the McDonald's at Route 50 and Glenridge Road about 8:20 Tuesday morning, injuring two people.

According to Glenville Police, a 2002 Honda Accord driven by Shirlee M. Josselyn of Glenville entered Route 50 southbound from a parking lot and went into the path of a car driven by Sandra Atwood of Scotia.  Atwood's car, a 1992 Dodge Spirit, crossed two lawns and hit the front of the McDonald's, inflicting moderate damage.

Inside the restaurant, one man sustained minor injuries from flying debris.  He was treated at the scene by emergency personnel.

Atwood suffered minor injuries also and was taken by ambulance to St. Clare's Hospital.

 

 

 

Car smashes into McDonald's after crash

Times Union, December 6th 2006

 

GLENVILLE - A two-car accident Tuesday morning ended with one vehicle slamming into a McDonald's restaurant on Route 50 at the height of the morning commute, town police said.

At 8:21 a.m., Shirlee M. Josselyn, 78, of Glenville, drove her 2002 Honda Accord out of a parking lot and attempted to turn left, heading south.  She pulled into the northbound lane, colliding with a 1992 Dodge Spirit driven by Sandra L. Atwood, 47, of Scotia, police said.

Atwood's car then traveled across two lanes and crashed against the front of the McDonald's at 241 Saratoga Road, which is the street name of Route 50 in this part of Glenville, police said.

A man inside the building suffered a minor injury from flying brick and glass.  Atwood suffered minor injuries and was taken to St. Clare's Hospital by ambulance.  Neither woman was ticketed.

 

 

 

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Messy morning commute

Capital News 9, December 5th 2006

 

The roads have cleared up quite a bit, but many of us had our first messy drive to work of the season after waking up to some snowfall.

We've gotten off easy over the past few weeks, but now the cold weather is catching up with us. And it made for a frustrating ride with some accidents and quite a few delays. 

Firefighters at the scene said weather could have been played a role in an accident in Glenville. 

One car lost control and hit another on Route 50, then went off the road and slammed into a McDonald's. 

Emergency crews had to extricate the driver who suffered minor injuries. The building doesn't appear to have any major damage.