Kirk Road and Fabyan Parkway was cleared after a Thursday morning crash. At least one injury was reported.
The intersection of Kirk Road and Fabyan Parkway reopened Thursday morning after a two-car crash shut down the area, according to police. Officers were initially dispatched at 6:10 a.m. Thursday to the intersection for a report of a two-car crash with injuries. At least one injury was mentioned in a follow-up report. The intersection was closed for about 80 minutes, from the time of the crash to 7:30 a.m., according to reports. There is no word yet on how the crash happened. Patch will post an update if more information becomes available. This traffic update was originally sent out as a breaking news alert Thursday morning. Sign up for free Patch Breaking News Alerts and get updates sent straight to your e-mail.
One vehicle ended up sideways at the crash scene. Three people were taken to area hospitals. Here are more details and pictures.
Three drivers were taken to area hospitals with injuries on Wednesday after a four-vehicle crash on Kirk Road in Batavia, officials said. The crash occurred on Kirk Road just south of Pine Street. Batavia Police and Fire units were dispatched to the scene at 6:16 p.m., said Robert White, a Batavia Fire battalion chief. Two of the three drivers had to be extricated from their vehicles, which were badly damaged in the crash. Another driver was out of his or her vehicle at the time the fire crews arrived, according to a Batavia Fire press release. Two drivers were sent to Delnor Hospital in Geneva, and a third driver was sent to Provena Mercy Medical Center in Aurora, White said. Their injuries were identified as non-life threatening, the …