PERRY, N.Y. (WIVB) — A limousine bus crashed in Wyoming County, injuring two passengers and sending the driver to a hospital.
The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office says the crash happened this past Thursday on Route 20A in the Town of Perry.
According to authorities, the limo bus was headed west when it went off the north side of the road, drove through two utility poles and damaged roughly 200 feet of guardrail.
The driver told authorities that he had blacked out and wasn’t sure what happened.
At the time of the crash, there were six female passengers in the vehicle. Two were treated for minor injuries at the scene, but the driver was taken to Wyoming County Community Health System to get checked out.
The limo bus belongs to Executive Transport Services. No one has been charged in relation to the crash.