The Albany County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate a three-car crash in the Town of New Scotland that left three people with injuries.
Police said on Wednesday, July 17, at approximately 11:56 a.m., Joseph Deangelis, 85, of Slingerlands was driving northbound on State Farm Road with his passenger, Ascenza Deangelis, 76, when Marion B. Parmenter, 70, of Voorheesville, who was traveling southbound, entered into their lane. Parmenter struck Deangelis’ vehicle head on, which caused extensive damage to both vehicles, police said.
Police said Carol Monterosso, 64, of Voorheesville, who was driving northbound, then swerved to avoid the accident, but Deangelis’ vehicle spun around and stuck Monterosso’s vehicle.
Joseph and Ascenza Deangelis were transported to Albany Medical Center for treatment of multiple injuries, according to police, along with Parmenter for minor injuries. Police said Monterosso did not report any injuries.
Albany County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the incident, along with the Sheriff’s Office Paramedics, Voorheesville Fire Department, Voorheesville Area Ambulance Service and State Police.