Men hurt in North Hudson crash

— Two men were injured in a motorcyle crash in on Route 9 North Hudson Sept. 28.

Robert B. Fraser, 70 years old, of Grand Isle, Vt., was operating a motorcycle, and traveling southbound on Route 9, state police reported. He was following behind another motorcycle, operated by Peter E. Jensen, 55, Milton, Vt.

Fraser struck the rear of Jensen’s motorcycle as Jensen began to make a left turn onto County Route 6, police reported. Fraser was ejected from his motorcycle onto the roadway.

Fraser was transported to Elizabethtown Hospital by Schroon Lake ambulance for abrasions and broken ribs. Jensen was also transported to Elizabethtown Hospital by Elizabethtown-Lewis Ambulance for a dislocated shoulder.

No tickets were issued.

Schroon accident

A Michigan woman was injured in a one-car accident Sept. 26.

Shortly before 3:16 p.m., Jacquelyn N. Burrell, 22, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was driving a 2008 Nissan GT-R eastbound on Route 74 in the town of Schroon when her car struck two guide rail posts and overturned, descending down an embankment, according to state police.

Burrell sustained minor injuries and was taken to Inter-Lakes Health in Ticonderoga for treatment, police said.

She was ticketed for imprudent speed.

DWI arrest

Schroon Lake-based state police responded to a report of an intoxicated male operating a vehicle possibly near the Schroon Lake town hall on Leland Avenue Sept. 27. Police located the vehicle on nearby Broad Street, a gray Ford Focus, and interviewed the operator, Philip Downey 55 years old of Pottersville.

Downey was subsequently arrested for DWI. His blood alcohol content was determined to be .19 percent. Troopers also found that during the course of his travels, Downey had struck a tree on Broad Street. Downey was charged with aggravated DWI, for having a BAC over .18 percent. He was also ticketed for failure to keep right.

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