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Friday, November 28, 2014
Somehow the driver of this vehicle walked away after their car got tree'd while trying to come down the Day Road hill in Wrights Corners. (PHOTOS BY STEPHEN M. WALLACE / CONTRIBUTOR)


The driver of this pickup truck reportedly took the curve on Bowmiller 
Road a little too fast, ending up unintentionally off-roading. 
Niagara County Sheriff's deputies and area fire departments responded to numerous car accidents and reports of vehicles off the road tonight.

While South Lockport volunteers were responding to an accident on Robinson Road by Bear Ridge Road that required five ambulances, Wrights Corners volunteers were addressing a car that came down the Day Road hill, unable to maintain itself on the road, and ending up partially off the ground, its rear end up a tree. Fortunately, the driver walked away.

Fire crews and NCSO had to park at the top of the hill and walk down the slick road to the accident scene.

Shortly thereafter, on Bowmiller Road, the driver of a pickup truck took the curve a little too fast for the slippery road and ended up in the ditch.  It was just one of dozens of cars off the road in East Niagara this evening.

Cambria-Wilson Road and Lower Mountain were shut down as a number of cars slid off the road and got stuck on the hill. Lockport police officers shut Cold Springs Road off to traffic as cars had been sliding down the hill.

On the other end of the county, the northbound north Grand Island Bridge was closed to traffic for hours as emergency crews attended to a pileup involving dozens of cars.

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