East Bloomfield, N.Y. - Seven Bloomfield teens were hospitalized after a car accident in East Bloomfield on Pond Road around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday evening.
According to the Ontario County Sheriff's Office, 19-year-old Alexander Brown of Bloomfield was driving a truck southwest bound on Pond Road when he failed to negotiate a sharp right-hand curve.
Officials say the truck rolled at least three times. The cab of the truck had seating for up to six people.
An investigator said two of the teens were wearing seatbelts. Four sisters were ejected from the car.
The truck eventually came to rest upright on the shoulder of Pond Road.
The Sheriff's Office released the names of the victims. Their conditions were confirmed Wednesday morning:
- Twins: Jessica Henry, - Joelle Henry, 17 -- Guarded Condition
- Meagan Henry, 13 -- Guarded Condition
- Haley Dewey, 15 -- Satisfactory
Morgan Henry 16, Alexander Brown, 19 and Joshua Bock, 18 have been discharged after being checked out at the hospital and determined to be satisfactory.
One of the girls was found on the side of the road, and at least two were found lying in a field.
The parents of the Henry sisters attended the scene.
The female victims are all in Strong Memorial Hospital. Morgan and Jessica Henry were taken to the hospital by Mercy Flight.
Officials say speed was likely a factor, and they did not immediately suspect alcohol or drugs to be a contributing factor.