Dustin Drover, 24, of Seneca Falls, ticketed for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating without a license, failure to yield the right of way on a left turn and unsafe tires.

FARMINGTON — Three people were hospitalized Friday night following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of state routes 332 and 96 in the town of Farmington. 

Two of those individuals, including a 20-year-old Rochester resident and a 44-year old Seneca Falls resident have since been discharged from Strong Memorial Hospital. The man ticketed for allegedly causing the wreck — 24-year-old Dustin Drover, of Seneca Falls — remains in satisfactory condition at the Rochester-based facility. 

Ontario County sheriff’s deputies said they responded to the intersection shortly after 6:50 p.m. where Drover allegedly made a left-hand turn with his 2006 Chevy in front of a 2013 Toyota operated by the 20-year-old Rochester resident. 

The 20-year-old Rochester resident was transported to Strong by Victor Farmington Ambulance for complaints of head pain. The 44-year-old Seneca Falls resident, who was a passenger in Drover’s vehicle, was also transported to Strong Memorial Hospital by Finger Lakes Ambulance for complaints of chest pain. 

Drover, who was issued traffic tickets for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating without a license, failure to yield the right of way on a left turn and unsafe tires, was transported to Strong for complaints of shoulder pain. 

All parties involved were wearing seatbelt at the time of the collision, and airbags deployed in both vehicles. 

The Farmington Fire Department assisted at the scene.