Top New York official behind Cuomo involved in Dutchess crash
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s second in command was involved in a car crash in the Hudson Valley
A vehicle driving Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul was involved in an accident Thursday in Dutchess County. A New York State Police vehicle was transporting Hochul when the vehicle struck a car on Crum Elbow Road in the city of Hyde Park at around 5:45 p.m.
As it was heading east on Crum Elbow Road, the New York State Police vehicle collided with another vehicle which was pulled over to turn left onto Cardinal Road.
Hochul and an assistant were in the vehicle at the time of the accident. Neither was injured, according to WIVB.
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The driver of the other car, Jacob Rosado, a 25-year-old man from Poughkeepsie, was treated and released from Vassar Brothers Hospital after complaining of back and neck pain, WIVB reports.
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