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A head-on crash shut down Saunders Settlement Road in Lewiston Wednesday morning, Niagara County Sheriff Jim Voutour said. The crash took place in the 1300 block of Saunders Settlement (Route 31). The road was shut down between Miller Road and Mayflower Street. Voutour tweeted that the collision is a "serious head-on crash."  

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