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Saratoga County sheriff reports serious injuries for Schenectady woman in Monday crash in Malta


MALTA – ‍A Schenectady woman was seriously hurt ⁢in a crash Monday evening as she and another person were pushing a ⁢car in Malta, Saratoga County Sheriff’s officials said.

The​ woman, 41, was taken to Albany Medical Center for treatment, ​officials said.

The crash happened before 6 p.m. on the Round Lake bypass in​ Malta, officials said.

The woman and the other⁤ person ‌were pushing the⁣ car when⁤ it was struck by another⁤ car, officials ⁣said. A release did not specify what led to the two people pushing the car or give ‌further details.

The⁤ investigation into the crash remained ongoing.

The bypass was closed for the investigation but has since reopened.

The ‌Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Malta/Stillwater EMS,​ the Round Lake Fire Department, Malta ⁢Ridge Fire Department, Saratoga County Office of Emergency Management, New York‌ State Police and the NYS Department of Transportation.

Stay Safe on the ‍Roads

It’s important to always be cautious and aware of your‍ surroundings when on the ⁢road. Accidents⁢ can happen‌ in the blink of an eye, so it’s crucial to prioritize safety for yourself and others. Whether you’re a ⁢driver, pedestrian, or cyclist, following⁤ traffic laws and ⁣being​ mindful of potential hazards can help prevent‌ tragic ​incidents like the one in Malta.

Remember, safety first!

Emily Stanton
Emily Stanton
Emily Stanton, a skillful journalist previously based in Boston, is adept at covering a diverse array of stories. Her thorough and engaging reporting style, honed with a Master's in Journalism from Boston University, focuses on community-relevant stories.
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  1. Agree. Wishing her a full recovery and hoping authorities thoroughly investigate the crash to prevent future incidents.


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