Sanbornville woman arrested for DUI in three-car North Main crash

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Katrina Ferrill (Rochester Police photo)

ROCHESTER - A Sanbornville woman was arrested for DUI on Wednesday following a three-vehicle accident at the intersection of North Main Street and Ten Rod Road.

Police responded to the crash around 2:30 p.m. and found that two vehicles were stopped in traffic when a third hit one of them, causing a chain reaction crash.

The incident began when Katrina Ferrill, 33, and driving a 2010 Honda Fit, plowed into Kimberly Mason, 32, of Rochester, whose 2015 Buick Encore then rearended a 1999 Jaguar 4D driven by Nancy Szwyd, 59, also of Rochester.

All three vehicles sustained minor to moderate damage.

While investigating the accident, officers determined Ferrill was driving under the influence.

She was arrested, bailed and issued a March arraignment date at 7th Circuit District Division Rochester Court.

Mason was issued a summons for driving after revocation/suspension.

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