Accident sends three to hospital
A two-car accident in the village of Cassadaga has sent three people to the hospital Friday afternoon.
Approximately 1:30 p.m. a truck driven by Sheila M. Nash, 70, of Cassadaga was leaving the Shur Fine parking lot making a left turn on to Route 60. A car driven by Lawrence R. Dorman, 68, of Sinclairville was traveling north on Route 60. Nash failed to yield the right of way and both vehicles collided. The impact caused both vehicles to exit the road off the west shoulder across a ditch and into a field. Both drivers and a passenger in Dorman's vehicle were transported to Brooks for non-life threatening injuries.
Burglaries have Jamestown Police seeking help from public
The Jamestown Police Department is investigating two separate burglary complaints from residents on the north side of the city.
Both residences had safes removed from the homes and investigators believe that more than one person may have been involved in each incident.
The first incident occurred May 10 at a home on Lakeview Avenue in the area of the Lakeview Cemetery. The incident occurred sometime between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. A large tan colored steel safe was removed from the residence which reportedly contained cash and jewelry.
The second incident was reported from a home on Gordon Street and occurred between 11 p.m. May 16 and noon the following day. Taken from the residence was a steel safe that also contained cash.
Investigators have been following several leads since the first incident was reported last week but no arrests have been made and no property has been recovered.
Investigators are asking for anyone that may have information on either of these incidents to contact them at 483-7531.
Anonymous tips can be left on the department's tip line at 483-TIPS (8477).
Chautauqua County Sheriff's
SHERIDAN On May 14, a motor vehicle accident resulted in minor injuries in the Town of Sheridan.
Roalia Jimenez-Jose, 31, of Dunkirk and Jane Solares, 54, of Silver Creek were traveling in separate vehicles heading west on Route 5 in the Town of Sheridan.
Jimenez-Jose attempted to pass Solares as well as other vehicles. Greg Guziec, 30, was traveling east on Route 5 and Jimenez-Jose did not have enough time to complete the pass safely.
Jimenez-Jose cut in front of Solares and struck the front of Solares vehicle. Jimenez-Jose then spun out of control, went into the eastbound lane and struck the left rear of Guziec's vehicle and came to rest on the north side of the roadway after striking a utility pole.
Jimenez-Jose was transported to Brooks Memorial Hospital for non-life threatening injuries and was issued the above traffic tickets.
Solares was also transported to Brooks Memorial Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Solares was charged with the above charges.
Both are to appear in the Town of Sheridan Court at a later date. Guziec and his passenger were not injured in the accident.
Deputies are investigating a one-car crash that led to injury on Friday.
Maryjo Newman, 38, of Kennedy was traveling west on Route 394 when she crossed the eastbound lane of traffic, went off the road and struck a tree at 12:33 p.m.
She was transported to WCA Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The accident is still under investigation and charges are pending.
CARROLL On May 15, an accident in poor visibility conditions in the Town of Carroll resulted in injuries to the driver of the vehicle.
Around 6:30 a.m., Crystal Russell, 27, of Kennedy, was traveling south on Route 62 approaching the intersection with Ivory Road. Russell was following another vehicle in heavy fog when the vehicle she was following slowed abruptly and moved to the right.
Russell's vehicle went straight through the intersection and struck a guide rail. Russell failed to see the flashing light and stop sign do to poor visibility.
Russell was transported to WCA Hospital with possible abdominal injuries.