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Limo bus crashes into utility poles; driver sent to hospital

The driver of a limousine bus was sent to the hospital following a crash in which the vehicle hit two utility poles and damaged 200 feet of guardrail, according to the Wyoming County Sheriff's Department.

The incident occurred June 13, when deputies responded to a report of a crash on Route 20A in the Town of Perry.

Deputies said a limo bus transporting six female passengers had been traveling west on Route 20A before it veered off the north side of the road. Deputies said in a release that the vehicle "drove through two utility poles and damaged about 200 feet of guardrail."

The driver was transported to Wyoming County Community Health in Warsaw to be checked out. Deputies reported that the driver said he blacked out and was unsure of what happened.

Two of the female passengers sustained minor injuries, deputies said, and signed off at the scene.

Deputies said the limousine belonged to Executive Transport Services.

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