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Everyone involved in Friday’s two-car crash at Richmond and Oak in the City of Batavia has been released from the hospital.

Their names are being withheld by police as the investigation continues, as first reported by our news partner The Batavian.

Two pedestrians in their 20s were struck by a vehicle or debris after the crash. They were treated at UMMC for cuts and contusions.

Of the GMC Jimmy’s occupants, a 14-year-old suffered a broken orbital bone, the driver was treated and released for a back injury and the front seat passenger suffered a wrist fracture.

The driver of the Acura was cited for failing to yield right-of-way. The driver was treated at Strong Memorial in Rochester for a back injury.

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