Overnight Crash in Windsor

By WBNG News

Overnight Crash in Windsor

March 31, 2012 Updated Mar 31, 2012 at 4:54 PM EDT

Town of Windsor, NY (WBNG Binghamton) New York State Police say six people were in a pickup truck that crashed in the Town of Windsor.

All six people were taken to Wilson Hospital in Johnson City for injuries. Two are still in the I.C.U. for head injuries.

Investigators say the truck swerved off North Road, drove into a ditch and overturned. It was just north of the intersection with Dodd Road.

Four people were riding in the cab of the pickup truck and two were riding in back.

The two people in the back of the truck were thrown from the car and landed in the roadway.

State Police are charging John Fedourich, 24, of Johnson City with a DWI, Aggravated Vehicular Assault, and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation.

James Sayman, 21, and Brandon Humphrey, 25, both of Harpursville suffered head injuries when they were thrown from the truck. Wilson Hospital lists Sayman in serious condition and Humphrey as fair.

Three girls, two 18 year-olds and one 16 year-old who were inside the cab were treated for minor injuries. Police have not released their names.

Fedourich was also injured and treated for minor injuries.

Troopers say Fedourich was driving a white Ford Ranger that crashed on North Road in the Town of Windsor.

The car was a delivery truck for BestWesternMeats.com.

Owners from Best Western Meats say Fedourich worked as an independent contractor for them. He was not supposed to be using the truck at the time.

State Police say the investigation is continuing.