Norwich – Highway Vehicle Crash
Authorities were alerted to a highway crash in Norwich late yesterday afternoon.
At around 5:40 p.m., officials received reports of a crash on the northbound side of I-395, about a mile past Exit 11 (Salem Turnpike/Route 82). Fire and EMS crews were quickly dispatched to the area and discovered an accident involving an unspecified number of vehicles. Injuries were reported, and medical personnel immediately tended to everyone involved in the incident. The crash blocked off a portion of the highway that road crews were able to clear about half an hour later. The incident is currently under investigation. Authorities have yet to identify anyone and will do so, as well as release more info, when appropriate.
In practically all instances, authorities would respond to any road incident across the state in a matter of minutes. This not only highlights the dedication officials have in promoting road safety but also their constant goal of identifying crash causes so that these issues can be effectively addressed. These things said, motorists should also be aware of their legal options when involved/injured in various accidents. Legal experts can help them understand these options, as well as create courses of action that can help them cope and find closure.
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