Middlefield – Pole Crash With Injuries
A vehicle crashed into a utility pole in Middlefield yesterday morning.
Local officials responded to an area on Main Street after receiving reports of a crash in the area. According to responders, a vehicle swerved off the roadway and crashed into a utility pole. The impact was strong enough that the pole was snapped in half following the collision. No word yet on the number of motorists involved in the incident, but all injured parties have already been tended to by responding EMS crews. The incident resulted in the temporary closure of Main Street as authorities investigated in the accident. This post will be updated as soon as more info becomes available.
Current weather conditions across the state have resulted in downed trees and utility poles, as well as scattered debris on many roads, including major thoroughfares. Motorists are advised to take extra precautions while operating their vehicles. Regardless of weather conditions, though, authorities will always be ready to respond to and investigate any road incident. This is noteworthy because protecting the safety and upholding the rights of all motorists are constant goals for state and local officials. We need to remember this if ever we or our loved ones are involved in any road incident that results in injuries.
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