New Milford – Vintage Car Crash Injures Man
A man driving an 87-year-old vehicle sustained injuries after a crash in Milford yesterday.
48-year-old Paul Garten was on Wellsville Avenue just before noon driving a 1932 Ford Coupe when he lost control of the vehicle. The car hit the curb at the intersection of Wellsville Avenue and Housatonic Avenue before hitting a building. The crash threw Garten off the passenger side of the vehicle. Respondents arrived at the scene and immediately transported Garten to Danbury Hospital for treatment of his serious injuries. No other vehicle or person was involved in the accident.
Single-vehicle accidents like this one can be caused either by driver error or negligence, or product/car defects. Authorities will eventually determine the cause and establish liability if needed.
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