Seven teenagers are recovering following a serious crash in Ontario County.
Four remain in the hospital.
It happened around 6 pm Wednesday on Pond Road - just north of the Village of Bloomfield.
"Just about everybody who has walked in, have you heard about the accident," said Cathy Wilson, owner of Hometown Pizza in the Village of Bloomfield.
When something bad happens in town, it gets around.
It gets around.
"I knew it was a bad accident," said Wilson who said she heard the fire trucks and ambulances head to the accident around 6 pm on Tuesday.
Cathy Wilson is used to serving up slices to many of the seven teens and their families affected by the crash.
On Thursday she is making sandwiches to donate to their families.
"This is a very very close knit community so everybody really rallies around anybody who has problems and lots of prayers going out to the families," said Wilson.
You'll find the GMC pickup in a lot at the Ontario County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators say seven teens were riding inside the vehicle were seven teens inside but there were only six seatbelts.
They said speed around a curve was likely a major reason for the crash.
"Someone is going to be without a seatbelt even if everyone puts one on," said Investigator Greg Shaffer, Ontario County Sheriff's Office.
"investigators say the truck rolled several times before stopping along the shoulder of the road, four of the teen girls were ejected from the truck one of their fathers tells me he just imagines his daughter flying through the window," said Investigator Shaffer.
The driver, Alexander Brown, is out of the hospital and cooperating with the investigation.
His mother, Gina Brown, says their prayers are with the other families.
"I think the big thing is just young people feel invincible and a motor vehicle is 3 or 4,000 pounds, lots of energy and it certainly can be a weapon," said Investigator
As the investigation continues, the community is doing what it can.
"I just hope and pray that everything will be fine," said Wilson.