COLONIE - An early Monday crash in Colonie sent a woman and her three young children to Albany Medical Center, police said.
The mother suffered lower body injuries, while the children, who were all in proper restraints, were taken with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
The crash happened at about 2:16 a.m. in the area of Loudon and Boght roads, police said. It appeared the vehicle was headed north on Loudon Road and suddenly crossed over all southbound lanes before it hit a parked tow truck and trailer, police said.
Officers arrived to find the driver in and out of consciousness and determined she needed to be extricated. The Boght Road Fire Department got her out.
The cause of the crash remained under investigation later Monday, police said. Police had yet to be able to speak with the driver.
Police identified the driver as Jessica Neet, 40. Each of the three children were under the age of 10, police said. Police later Monday were still trying to confirm Neet's current residence, but they believed she is from Rensselaer County.
The Colonie Police Traffic Safety Unit is handling the investigation. Colonie EMS transported each patient to Albany Medical Center.