A two-vehicle collision in Bristol on Thursday afternoon left several individuals injured, according to the Newport Dispatch.
The accident occurred at around 3:30 p.m. at the corner of Route 236 and West Main Street. Authorities were alerted to the scene after a report of a crash was made.
When first responders arrived, they discovered two vehicles that had suffered substantial damage. Several individuals were found to be injured and were transported to a local hospital for treatment. The extent of the injuries is currently unknown.
The crash is under investigation by the Bristol Police Department. So far, no details have been released on the cause of the crash.
Motorists in the area were advised to expect delays as the scene was cleared. The intersection was closed to traffic while the investigation was conducted.
The Bristol Police Department is asking anyone with further information to contact them.
Thursday’s two-vehicle crash in Bristol resulted in several injuries, according to the Newport Dispatch. At approximately 3:30 p.m., first responders were called to the scene at the junction of Route 236 and West Main Street, where two damaged vehicles were discovered. Medical personnel transported those injured to a nearby hospital for treatment, though the severity of the injuries is still to be determined.
The Bristol Police Department is currently investigating the incident to ascertain its cause. In the meantime, commuters should anticipate traffic delays in the area as the scene is cleared and the intersection remains closed. Anyone with further information pertaining to the crash is encouraged to contact the Bristol Police Department.