The West Hartford Fire Department extracted two people following a single-vehicle crash on Farmington Avenue Wednesday night.
By Ronni Newton
West Hartford police and fire units responded to an incident Wednesday night on Farmington Avenue near Westland Avenue involving a vehicle that had flipped over.
Police said that the car, a four-door Subaru hatchback, was headed westbound on Farmington Avenue when the single-car crash occurred.
Fire Department Battalion Chief Eric Munsell said that the incident was reported at 7:23 p.m. Wednesday. A steady rain was falling at the time.
Munsell said that the driver of the Subaru struck the curb and a tree in the center island, flipped over, and came to rest on its roof. The driver and a passenger were extricated and transported to an area hospital with what Munsell said were minor injuries.
No information was provided about the driver or the passenger.
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