Update Saturday morning 9:50 a.m. —

Logan A. Wannall, 22, of Groton, is recovering and his status has now been upgraded to a “good condition,” according to officials at Upstate University Hospital.

Wannall was airlifted to the Syracuse hospital after a bad crash in Tompkins County early Friday morning. Kevin Forney, 22, was recovering yesterday as well and had likely been released.

Update 12/26 4:25 p.m. —

Logan A. Wannall, 22, of Groton, is in “serious condition” after a car crash early Friday morning, according to officials at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse.

Nursing staff did not have a condition for Kevin Forney, 22, meaning he has likely been released. 

Update 10 a.m. —

Officials at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse say Kevin Forney, 22, is in stable condition after a one-car crash in Tompkins County early Friday morning.

The Syracuse officials did not know the condition of Logan A. Wannall, 22, who was also hospitalized in the crash. 

We’ll let you know when we learn more about the patients’ conditions.

Earlier —

Groton, N.Y. — Two people were taken to the Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse after a one-car accident near the Tompkins County town of Groton Friday morning, according to the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office.

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Around 4:27 a.m., deputies were called to the 300 block of Champlin Road in the town of Groton for crash. They discovered that a green 2002 Volkswagen sedan had struck a tree.

Logan A. Wannall, 22, was airlifted to the Syracuse hospital by helicopter. Kevin P. Forney, also 22, was taken to the Syracuse hospital by ambulance.

Their conditions weren’t listed in a press release.

Both Wannall and Forney are from Groton. The cause of the accident is under investigation, according to the sheriff’s office.

Groton Fire Department and McLean Fire Departments assisted at the scene.

We will provide updates as they become available.


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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.