TRIBES HILL - A state trooper suffered what officials described as a minor injury in a weekend crash involving the trooper's car and another vehicle near Tribes Hill, state police said.
Trooper Rosalie Clark was taken to St. Mary's Hospital for treatment, a state police spokeswoman said. A second trooper in the patrol car, Trooper Cody Bly, was uninjured.
The driver of the other vehicle, identified as Harry E. Woods, 39, of Waterford, was taken to Albany Medical Center for injuries that were also described as minor, spokeswoman Trooper Kerra Burns said.
The crash happened at about 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of Route 5 and Stoner Trail Road in the Town of Mohawk.
The troopers in the patrol car, both from the Fonda barracks, were en route to an emergency drug overdose call when their trooper car collided with the other vehicle, Burns said. The trooper car's lights and sirens were activated, she said. Further details on the overdose call were not available.
The crash remained under investigation Monday, Burns said.
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