NEWFIELD, N.Y. – A woman critically injured in a Newfield crash nearly two weeks ago has been released from the hospital.

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Sharon Darlow, 53, of Ithaca, was being treated at Robert Packer Hospital after her 2011 Mazda was hit in a head-on crash May 6 in Newfield, officials said.

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday that they are still determining the cause of the crash that killed the occupants in the other vehicle, Tracey Snyder and Gary Macrabie.

Darlow was upgraded from critical to stable condition last week.  A hospital official said Wednesday that Darlow has been discharged.

Her family released the following statement last week:

Last week a horrific accident in our community has forever changed the lives of everyone involved. Even as we try to cope with the severity of Sharon’s injuries, our family offers condolences to the family and friends of Tracey Snyder and Gary Macabrie, and wishes them Godspeed in this time of grief and mourning.

Sharon’s recovery will be a very long journey. Her path forward is greatly helped by the dedicated team of health care professionals taking exceptional care of her and the outpouring of love and support from her family, friends and community.


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