Madison, CT (July 6, 2019) - Sources reported that a head-on crash closed a portion of Route 80 during the afternoon hours on Saturday. The portion of Route 80 which was entirely closed included the area between Durham Road and Summer Hill Road.
The police and emergency crews were on the scene to assess the damages and provide aid to the injured parties. The severity of the injuries has not been reported.
As a result of the road closures, there were traffic delays and the police advised drivers to use alternate route options. The investigation into the cause of the accident remains ongoing.
Our thoughts are with all the parties involved in the accident, in hopes of a full recovery.
Connecticut Car Accidents
Every year, there are six million accidents, three million of which end up in injuries of some form. Accidents are very common across the United States. According to the Connecticut Department of Transportation, there were 22,796 injuries as a result of car accidents in the State of Connecticut in 2014.
When you have been injured in a car accident by the negligent actions of another party, you have rights. The experienced Connecticut car accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Paul Levin can advocate on your behalf and build a solid case for you that will help you obtain the highest amount of compensation for your damages. Our team of effective and resourceful Connecticut personal injury lawyers has 25 years of providing legal aid and counsel to the residents of Connecticut who have been victimized. We are here to answer your questions and help you with your claim. There is a two-year deadline to file a personal injury claim in the State of Connecticut, so do not wait to speak with one of our caring Connecticut personal injury attorneys today at 860-322-5302 to discuss your experience.
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