LANSING, N.Y. — Two drivers were hospitalized for injuries the sheriff’s office said are non-life threatening after a three-vehicle crash Friday night at the intersection of Route 13 and Warren Road in Lansing.

The crash occurred at about 8:50 p.m. and the road was closed for about an hour. The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office said two of the drivers were transported to “local trauma centers with non-life-threatening injuries.” The crash is still under investigation.

Along with the sheriff’s office, New  York State Police, Lansing Fire Department,  Bangs Ambulance and Dryden Ambulance responded to the crash.

UPDATE (9:20 a.m. Jan. 7) — In an update, the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office said after an investigation, they determined that a 2013 Chevrolet, operated by Michael D. Sullivan, 23, of Dryden, was traveling west on Route 13 and failed to stop at the red light at the intersection with Warren Road in Lansing. A 2018 Honda was traveling south on Warren Road and had the right of way, the sheriff’s office said. The Chevrolet crashed into the Honda, which then collided with a stopped 2004 Honda on Route 13 in the left turn lane.

Sullivan was cited for failure to stop at a red light.

This article was originally published at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 5.

Kelsey O'Connor

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