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Eight injured Friday in snow-related crashes

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Heavy snowfall led to numerous car crashes in St. Lawrence County on Friday. The following people sustained minor injuries:



n Joanne C. Dutton and Clifford R. Barclay crashed head-on on County Route 31, Waddington at 9:47 a.m. Friday when Ms. Dutton lost control and swerved across the road, according to State Police.

Both drivers had a passenger, and all four were taken to Canton-Potsdam Hospital for minor injuries.

Ms. Dutton, 42, of Cogswell Corners Rd., Massena complained of abdominal pain.

Ramsey Dutton, 14, same address, suffered from chest pain.

Mr. Barclay, 54, of 4 Harper Road, Lisbon, was taken to the hospital for unknown injuries.

Heather Claffey, 34, of Lime Hollow Road, Norfolk, complained of knee pain.



n Kayla P. Viau, 22, of Winthrop, lost control of her car on Route 11C, Lawrence, and hit a tree at 1:44 p.m. Friday. She was taken to Canton-Potsdam Hospital for chest pain.



n Sharee N. Willcuts, 24, of 1969 Route 11C, lost control of her car on County Route 53 and Brasher, and hit a tree at 1:53 a.m Friday.

Ms. Willcuts and her passenger, Hope S. Pickering, were taken to Canton-Potsdam Hospital for neck and back pain.

Miss Willcuts was ticketed by state police for speeding.



n Nicholas T. Barcomb, 20, of 8 Lincoln Street, Canton rear-ended April D. Terry, 26, of 500 Line Road, Box Elder, S. Dakota on Irish Settlement Road, Ogdensburg at 4:29 p.m. Friday.

Ms. Terry was taken to Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center for unspecified minor injuries.

Mr. Barcomb was charged with following too closely.

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