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A Riverhead detective investigates the remains of a minivan involved in Friday morning’s serious car accident on Main Road in Jamesport (Credit: Paul Squire)

UPDATE (May 24): An 82-year-old woman involved in a two-car accident in Jamesport Friday died from her injuries, a Stony Brook University Medical Center spokesman confirmed. Marjorie Case of Aquebogue was driving a 2010 Lexus east on Main Road when she lost control of her car and crashed into a Honda minivan.

ORIGINAL STORY: A Massachusetts man and his three sons are expected to be transferred to Stony Brook University hospital after being injured in Friday morning’s serious two-car accident in Jamesport, Riverhead police said.

The other driver in the crash is also being treated at the hospital for “serious injuries,” while the mother of the three boys is recuperating after undergoing treatment in Riverhead, according to a police statement.

Police said 82-year-old Marjorie Case of Aquebogue was driving a 2010 Lexus east on Main Road when she lost control of the car around a turn and drifted into the oncoming lane, smashing into a Honda minivan driven by 47-year-old Thomas Devlin of Massachusetts.

Fire Departments from across the East End responded to the scene, including Jamesport, Riverhead, Mattituck, Southold and Cutchogue. Firefighters cut open the Lexus door and cut off the roof of the minivan to reach victims trapped inside.

Flanders-Northampton and Riverhead ambulance volunteers also assisted.

Ms. Case was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center and later transfered to Stony Brook University hospital with “serious injuries,” according to a police statement.

Mr. Devlin, his wife Mairead, and the couple’s three sons  — ages 7, 11, and 13 — were all taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center.

The couple’s three children who were injured were “alert” at the scene, said Riverhead police Lt. David Lessard.

A woman from Mattituck driving behind the minivan said she pulled over after the accident to try to assist. The woman — a nurse who gave her name as Diane — said the man and woman in the minivan told her that they just had just gotten off the ferry and were headed to a baseball tournament.

A Jamesport man said he heard the crash while in his garden nearly a mile away.

The stretch of Main Road opened to traffic about 2:30 p.m. after a three-hour accident investigation. New York State police has since taken over the investigation; no arrests are expected at this time, police said.

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04/29/14 3:21pm
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A woman was airlifted from a crash in Calverton Tuesday as a precaution. (Credit: Paul Squire)

A T-bone collision in Calverton sent three women to local hospitals, with one woman being airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center “as a precaution,” police at the scene said. (more…)

01/29/14 2:30pm
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JENNIFER GUSTAVSON PHOTO |  A Chevy Suburban flipped onto its side on Country Road 105 Wednesday afternoon.

The driver of a Chevy Suburban escaped serious injury after his vehicle hit a mini school bus on County Road 105, crossed into oncoming traffic and flipped onto its side, police officials at the scene said. (more…)

01/02/14 4:23pm
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A 31-year-old Riverhead man died early this morning in an accident on the Long Island Expressway in Queens, according to the NYPD.

Andrew Ingordo, a 2000 Islip High School graduate, was driving on the westbound LIE near Little Neck Parkway about 4:50 a.m. when he struck the back of a flatbed truck that had swerved to the right shoulder to avoid cars ahead of it that had suddenly stopped, police said.

Mr. Ingordo, who was driving a Ford van, was pronounced dead on the scene, police said.

Both vehicles remained at the scene and no other injuries were reported, police said. The investigation is ongoing.

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12/07/13 3:43pm
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RACHEL YOUNG PHOTO | A Toyota Prius was damaged after a collision near Herricks Lane in Jamesport, which briefly blocked traffic this afternoon heading westbound.

A woman was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center after a two-car accident on Main Road in Jamesport Saturday afternoon, Riverhead Town police said. The injuries were non life-threatening, police said.

The woman, driving a Honda Accord, was making a left out of Herricks Lane when she collided with a Toyota Prius heading westbound on Main Road about 2:45 p.m., police said. Traffic was briefly blocked going westbound.

Both cars were towed from the scene.