Bridgeport – Serious Injuries In Scooter Crash
A motorist was hospitalized following an intersection crash in Bridgeport last Friday evening.
At approximately 9:53 p.m., officers responded to Bridgeport Hospital after a crash victim was admitted to the emergency department. According to initial reports, a scooter and a car collided at the intersection of Boston Avenue and Remington Street. The 36-year-old motorcycle rider from Stratford sustained injuries in the accident and was taken to the hospital by the 29-year-old driver of the car. The victim was eventually transferred to Yale-New Haven Hospital. All involved parties have since been accounted for by officials, though the crashed scooter was not at the crash site when authorities attempted to retrieve it. There is currently no confirmation that it was stolen. This case is currently under investigation, and witnesses are asked to contact Bridgeport Police as soon as possible.
It was fortunate that this case did not involve any instance of hit-and-run — all parties involved have been accounted for. Having said that, authorities will investigate this incident carefully with the goal of accurately identifying the culprit. In cases where negligence is involved, aggrieved parties may also have the option of filing their own claims against these reckless individuals.
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