Five-year old improving after East River Road accident

NORTH NORWICH – A five-year-old boy listed in “serious” condition after being ejected from a vehicle during a two-car collision on County Road 32 Friday morning is improving, according to the New York State Police.

As of Sunday, the boy was still a patient at Upstate Medical Center, reported New York State Police Investigator Jason Bessett.

“I know he’s doing well,” Bessett said Monday.

The child was injured in an accident which occurred at shortly after 7 a.m. just south of the DCMO BOCES Chenango Campus on County Road 32 in the Town of North Norwich. A 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Amanda Collins, 35, of Norwich, and an unmarked Norwich City Police vehicle driven by Chief Joseph Angelino were involved in the crash.

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