West Hartford – One Injured In Stolen Vehicle Crash
Local officials apprehended larceny suspects after a vehicle crash in West Hartford early yesterday morning.
At approximately 12:49 a.m., authorities responded to Ledgewood Road after receiving reports of suspicious individuals lurking in the area. When they arrived they saw suspects inside a vehicle, looking for and burglarizing unlocked cars in the neighborhood. The suspects fled the area upon seeing officers approach them. The vehicle continued traveling north until the driver lost control of the vehicle at the intersection of Thomson and Park Roads, hitting several roadside structures before coming to a stop. The five suspects inside the vehicle tried to flee the area. Four of them were apprehended by police. The crashed vehicle sustained significant damage and was reportedly stolen in New Britain. One suspect had to be transported to the hospital for treatment of injuries. All four suspects are now facing various charges related to the incident. Officials are still looking for the person who fled the crash site.
Based on evidence already collected, officials have charged all suspects involved in the incident. That said, investigators will continue to study the case to ensure the liability is accurately established. This is noteworthy because in cases where injured parties can be cleared of blame, these aggrieved individuals may have options they can discuss with legal experts.
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