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She Said, She Said in Crash

Thu, 05/14/2020 - 10:05

On the afternoon on May 4, Irma Suarez-Leon of Amagansett was turning left from Three Mile Harbor Road onto Jackson Street in East Hampton when her Toyota sedan hit a Honda Accord at the intersection’s stop sign.

The driver of the Accord, Alice Butts of Riverhead, told East Hampton Town police that the Toyota had made too sharp a turn and was in the wrong. Ms. Suarez-Leon claimed that the Accord was sticking out onto Three Mile Harbor Road, not stopped at the sign. It was not clear if Ms. Butts, who reported chest pain, required medical attention.

While driving west on Napeague on the evening of May 5, Tiana Treadwell of Amagansett suddenly began to feel dizzy and fatigued. At the intersection of Sandcastle Lane, her Ford Suburban left the road and hit a speed zone sign and then a tree. She suffered facial and head abrasions, and was transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for examination.


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