One woman is still in critical condition at Albany Medical Center after a serious car accident Friday evening.
The accident occurred at the intersection of routes 5 and 103 about 4:20 p.m., according to the Gazette’s newsgathering partner, WRGB.
A 2005 Dodge driven by Crystal Dillenbeck, 30, of Palatine Bridge, made a left turn from Route 5 onto Route 103, into the path of a 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe driven by Gina Clark, 29, of Rotterdam.
The Tahoe struck the passenger side of the Dodge and pushed it into a guardrail.
First responders had to use a hydraulic extraction tool to extricate Dillenbeck. She was flown to Albany Medical Center with a serious head injury, and remained in critical condition Sunday evening, according to staff at Albany Medical Center.
Clark was also taken to Albany Medical Center by ambulance with arm, wrist and leg fractures, but has since been transferred out.