Drivers hurt in Route 28 crash in Woodstock
WOODSTOCK, N.Y. — Two men were transported to the hospital following a Wednesday morning accident at the intersection of state Route 28 and Zena Road, according to police.
New York City Department of Environmental Protection police responded to the crash at 9:02 a.m.
Police said a 2011 Chevy Silverado driven by Aaron Barnes, 22, went through a red traffic signal and struck a 2008 Ford Ecoline van operated by Robert Filipeck, 76, in the side. Police did not say whether any tickets were issued.
Both men were transported to Kingston Hospital in stable condition, according to police.
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