I drove through there about 5am and the road was clear..down to bare pavement. I wonder what happened.
Car on its roof, driver trapped inside on West Main Street Road, Le Roy
Submitted by Billie Owens on January 4, 2013 - 6:47am
A one-vehicle rollover with entrapment is reported at 6833 W. Main St. Road in Le Roy. There is also a telephone pole down. The driver is alert and talking but is upside down and held in place by her seat belt. The car is on its roof. Le Roy fire and ambulance are responding. The location is west of the two car dealerships on that stretch of roadway.
UPDATE 6:50 a.m.: Fire police are shutting down the road in the vicinity of the accident scene.
UPDATE 6:55 a.m.: Route 5 at Bater Road is shut down. The address of the accident is determined to be 6919 W. Main St. Road.
UPDATE 7:04 a.m.: Fire police are told to open up the road.
UPDATE 7:05 : The Le Roy assignment is back in service. A tow truck is expected there in about 10 minutes. Law enforcement is on scene.
UPDATE 7:16 a.m.: The driver is being transported to UMMC.
UPDATE 7:27 a.m.: The patient is a 36-year-old woman complaining of neck pain.
When I drove through at 9 there were spots where there was a bit of snow blown off of the fields combined with spots of wet pavement. It was not what I would consider clear, though. Wonder what time the wind picked up?
This accident happened right in front of me as I was on my way to work at UMMC. I pulled over put my 4way flashers on and immediately called 911 as there was no one there at that time. By the time the call was complete, two or three other kind people has also stopped and assisted me in getting to the vehicle to provide support for her and do a quick assessment. It was very windy and many treacherous patches of blowing snow & black ice. Fortunately, the seat belt likely saved her life.
I was extremely disappointed that numerous vehicles drove on by not even slowing down. I guess the headlights of the vehicle pointing into the sky facing the wrong direction, and a vehicle pulled over with flashers on did not warrant getting their attention. Thank you to those gentlemen who did stop.
I wish her a speedy & full recovery.