The driver of a sedan was injured in a head-on collision with a school bus on North Main Street in West Hartford on Wednesday afternoon. [Updated]
By Ronni Newton
A motorist was transported to a local hospital with injuries and West Hartford Police closed a section of North Main Street on Wednesday afternoon and evening for investigation of a head-on crash that occurred between a school bus and a sedan.
According to police, the incident occurred around 4:04 p.m. Wednesday on North Main Street at Miller Road, just north of Hall High School.
The driver of the vehicle was treated at the scene by emergency personnel, and then transported to an area hospital for evaluation and treatment, police said. Police did not have any details about the extent of injuries.
The school bus was occupied at the time of the crash, but police said that neither the driver nor any of the passengers reported injuries.
North Main Street between Miller Road and Proctor Drive were closed in both directions while the West Hartford Police Department Accident Reconstruction Team conducted an investigation. The roadway will remain closed until investigators complete their review of the scene, police said.
Just after 9 p.m. Wednesday, police tweeted that all roadways in the area had been reopened.
*Updated Traffic Advisory*
All roads in the area of North Main St and Miller Rd have been reopened to motor vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Thank you for your patience.
— West Hartford Police (@WestHartfordPD) April 27, 2023
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact West Hartford Police at 860-523-5203 or via the anonymous tip line at 860-570-8969 or via email at [email protected].
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