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October 28, 2013

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Two-car crash leaves one man in critical condition

GREENBURGH – A Yonkers man is in the hospital in critical condition with internal injuries after a two-car crash on the southbound Sprain Brook Parkway in the Town of Greenburgh early Sunday.

State Police said the two vehicles collide and then struck the guard rail with both overturning shortly after 4 a.m.

The driver and sole occupant of one car, Mohammad Al-Saraireh, 25, of Yonkers, was critically injured, State Police said.

The driver of the other car, Joshua Trotman, 24, of Queens, suffered a broken leg and a passenger in his car sustained minor facial lacerations. All three were taken to Westchester Medical Center for treatment.

The cause of the collisions remains under investigation.

State Police were assisted at the scene by Greenburgh Police, Greenville and Yonkers fire departments, Yonkers Police and Empress EMS.


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