Two people injured in an Albany crash have been released from the hospital.It happened at around 7 p.m. Thursday night at the intersection of Slappey Boulevard and Newton Road.Albany Police say 53 year old Gregory Robinson was driving a Ford F-150 that rear-ended an F-250 Oxford Construction work truck driven by 35 year old Raymond Bodiford.A passenger in Robinson's truck, 39 year old Christy Wallace, along with Robinson were taken to the hospital.Both have been released. Police say the crash is still under investigation and charges are still pending.
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