Car flips near exit 73 of the Long Island Expressway

09/18/2012 8:57 AM |

PAUL SQUIRE PHOTO | A car flipped near exit 73 of the Long Island Expressway Tuesday morning.

A red Kia Spectra flipped about 8 a.m. near exit 73 of the Long Island Expressway Tuesday morning.

Skid marks were visible down a hill near the exit ramp and it appeared the driver may have driven down the hill while trying to exit and flipped.

Police on the scene declined comment except to say that a female driver was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

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