4 injured after woman drives into Smithtown doctor’s office

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SMITHTOWN, NY (PIX11) – Long Island Pediatrician Dr. Richard Ancona had never seen or felt anything like it before. A crash in his office that left a young patient injured.

“I was in a room with a patient, I heard this crash, said Dr. Richard Ancona, “I could not believe I saw this car in our hallway.”


The 75-year-old driver of the car suffered minor injuries. (Suffolk County Police Department)

According to Suffolk County police, around 4:20 p.m. on Tuesday officers responded to a car that went into a medical building at 300 Middle Country Road in Smithtown, Long Island. When they got there they found the 74-year-old driver, Lyudmila Lerner, hurt, police said.

A female employee was also injured, so was a mother and her 9-year-old son.

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The car was pulled from the building and electricity was shut off as a precaution. (PIX11/Keith Lopez)

Dr. Ancona helped the mother and child ,while doing, so he found another victim under the car.

“There was water pouring out of the ceiling,” said Ancona.

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The driver and three people inside the building were transported to Stony Brook University Hospital, according to police. They had minor injuries.

No charges filed. Investigation ongoing.


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