WHEATLAND, New York --
Police say four teenagers trying to hold their breath for the time it takes to drive through an upstate New York hamlet were hurt when the driver fainted. Authorities say three 19-year-old men and a 16-year-old boy were traveling together late Monday night when they decided to try to hold their breath while riding through Garbutt, a rural Rochester-area hamlet that's just three-tenths of a mile long.
Monroe County sheriff's deputies say 19-year-old Bryan Parslow of Caledonia fainted while driving and his car hit a boulder.
All four teens were treated at a hospital and released.
Parslow was ticketed for failing to stay in his lane. He's a paraplegic who was paralyzed in 2008 after falling out of a window in Brockport while attending college.