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Busy Night for Ambulance Crews

by Bobby Blair
May 23, 2013

First responders went to Cold Chain Technologies on Everett Avenue Friday evening for a man struck in the head. A while later at 10:10 p.m. police and the ambulance responded to a vehicle accident across from Bertucci's parking lot where the driver struck a utility pole.

The driver of the vehicle above was transported to Milford Regional Hospital and the vehicle was towed from the scene by Nick's Central Garage. Officer Andy MacGray investigated. At about the same time a moped accident occured at 405 South Street and the driver was reportedly bleeding from the head. The ambulance transported the driver to Milford Regional Hospital

 

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