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The two occupants in a C6 Corvette that crashed in Woodstock Sunday morning probably wish they were at the legendary rock concert instead.
The yellow Corvette suffered major front end damage after skidding off Sawkill Road, plowing across a muddy field, and winding up in a ditch around 10 a.m.
Fortunately, the two occupants, unidentified by police, were still able to climb out of the Corvette and while their injuries were not believed to be serious, they were transported to Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, according to Woodstock Police Sgt. Gregory Vandebogart.
The car had to be towed on a flatbed truck after the accident, which occurred just east of Church Road.
The Corvette’s passenger side front wheel assembly was ripped from the frame, and the front fender was torn off as well.
No other details on the accident were released by Woodstock Police, who said the investigation continues.
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