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Three Car Crash Bottlenecks Route 16

by Bobby Blair
November 1, 2013

Car parts littered Washington Street near Fairlane Way Friday morning.

The early 6:45 a.m. accident sent one person to Milford Regional Hospital.

One driver apparently fell asleep causing the commuter backup.

Officer Andy MacGray and Sgt. Glenn Dalrymple investigated.

As one observer noted, "It looks like a scene from NASCAR." Washington Steet was re-opened at 7:24 a.m.

 

 

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