JAY — A woman driving her son to school Monday morning was hurt when her minivan and a car turning into Al’s Tire Center on Route 133 collided, Jay police officer John Irving said.

Stacy Greenleaf, 34, of Jay, was taken to Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington by ambulance after she complained of neck pain, Irving said. Greenleaf was treated and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Greenleaf was headed south in a Dodge Caravan with her son, Caleb Greenleaf, 12, when Inza Stanley, 85, operating a Buick LeSabre, headed in the opposite direction, was turning left into the tire center. Stanley told police she was distracted by a logging truck coming up behind her and struck the front left side of the Caravan, Irving said.

Stanley and Caleb Greenleaf were not hurt in the 8:37 a.m. accident, Irving said. A family member took the younger Greenleaf to school. All involved were wearing seat belts.

Jay firefighters controlled traffic and cleaned up the debris. Both vehicles received extensive front-end damage and had to be towed.

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