A 14 year old Camden boy was seriously injured in an accident involving an Oneida County snowplow and a car at around 6 p.m. last night on State Route 69 in the Town of Annsville. New York State Police out of Lee Center report that 61 year old Monika Cox of Taberg was eastbound with three other passengers when she lost control and slid into the westbound lane & struck an on-coming Oneida County snowplow being operated by 45 year old Robert Smith of Boonville. Cox received internal injuries & was transported to St Elizabeth's Medical Center for treatment. Her daughter, 18 year old Tracy Cox, received a broken ankle and wrist and was also transported to St Elizabeth's Medical Center for treatment. 17 year old Taylor Mulvaney of Camden received a facial laceration and was transported to Rome Memorial Hospital for treatment. 14 year old Elijah Tucker of Camden received massive internal trauma, which were considered life threatening and he was transported to Upstate Medical Center for treatment. He was listed in serious but stable condition. Smith was not injured as a result of the accident. The investigation of the accident is on-going.
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