Glastonbury – Evening Crash On Highway
An accident was reported on the highway in Glastonbury yesterday evening.
At approximately 9:10 p.m., calls came in of a crash that occurred on the westbound side of Route 2, just in front of Exit 10 (Route 83). An unspecified number of vehicles crashed in the area, resulting in injuries. Officials have yet to specify the number of vehicles and motorists involved in the incident, but both fire and EMS crews were requested to the scene. The incident blocked off a portion of the highway, but authorities have not reported major delays in the area. The case is currently under investigation. Officials will release more information as they become available.
Following protocols, authorities would typically dispatch various emergency crews to crash sites regardless of the reported severity of these incidents. Being prepared for worst-case scenarios will help them deal with various situations as effectively as possible. Investigators will also exhibit the same diligence in their work as identifying the causes of these events will allow authorities to bring culprits to justice and make roads safer for everyone. That said, motorists injured in incidents involving negligence or reckless behavior should also have options at their disposal. Consulting legal experts can help us understand what these avenues can be.
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