Simsbury – Two Pedestrians Injured In Crash
Two people were struck by a vehicle in Simsbury early yesterday evening.
At approximately 6:30 p.m., two still-unidentified pedestrians, a man and a woman, were attempting to cross Hopmeadow Road when they were hit by a passing vehicle. The incident occurred just in front of the Simsbury Police Department and town hall, and while local officials were conducting a meeting. Officers quickly left the building and found the two victims lying on the ground. EMS and LifeStar support were immediately requested, and the victims have since been tended to and transported to the hospital. Their current status is undisclosed. The driver of the striking vehicle immediately stopped following the crash and is cooperating with the investigation. No one has been identified yet, and authorities will release more info when appropriate.
Pedestrian incidents can occur almost anywhere and frequently result in serious injuries. Suffice it to say, establishing liability is important in these cases, simply because victims of these situations will frequently find it challenging to recover and cope post-accident. It’s also important to note that people injured in incidents involving negligent behavior will always have the option of consulting legal experts to study the possibility of filing for damages as this can help them find closure.
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