YORK, NY (AP) - Authorities say a nearly 10-mile stretch of a rural western New York road has reopened after being closed when two vehicles collided head-on, injuring several people.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Office says the accident occurred around 6:20 a.m. Wednesday on Route 63 in the town of York, 25 miles south of Rochester.
Officials say several ambulances were sent to the scene, but it wasn't immediately clear how many people were injured. Officials say none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening.
Police closed Route 63 between its intersection with Route 36 in York and Route 19 in Pavilion in neighboring Genesee County. The road was reopened around 8 a.m.
There was no information on what caused the accident.
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