UPDATE 9:00am Friday
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office and the Geddes Police Department are continuing the investigation of the accident in Interstate 690.
22-year old Megan Sundberg of Fulton was traveling westbound on I-690 when her vehicle struck the guardrail and became disabled facing eastbound in the far left lane. A second collision occurred moments after when another westbound vehicle driven occupied by 42-year old Matthew Bruce and 41-year old Alexis Bruce of Camillus, struck the Fusion head-on. A third vehicle driven by 28-year old Jordan Leet of Camillus was also involved in the second collision.
Sundberg was transported to Upstate University Hospital where she died from her injuries shortly before 7:00 am on Thursday morning.
Matthew and Alexis Bruce both sustained minor injuries and were transported to Upstate University Hospital. Leet sustained minor injuries and was transported to Crouse Hospital.
It was a busy Wednesday for first responders in Onondaga County.
The Sheriff’s Office and Syracuse Police bomb squads were called to a gas station on 7th North Street in Salina shortly before 3:00 pm after a suspicious package was found near the gas pumps. The tube turned out to be empty.
The westbound lanes of I-690 near the State Fair exit were closed for several hours Wednesday night after a three-vehicle collision.
A car being driven by unidentified woman in her 20s struck a guardrail and ended up facing the wrong way in the left lane of the highway, where it was struck by another vehicle.
The woman was taken to Upstate Medical Center with life threatening injuries. The two occupants of the second vehicle and the driver of another vehicle that was involved were taken to Upstate and Crouse hospitals for treatment of minor injuries.