Updated: 9:21 p.m.
Two people, a pair of local residents and sisters, were injured following an accident on Woodruff Street at the intersection of Pleasant Street Wednesday evening.
Officials said the women were involved in an accident that left one of the sisters trapped inside the vehicle. The Southington Fire Department responded and extricated the woman, who suffered significant trauma but was stable and taken by Lifestar medical helicopter to Hartford Hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
Her sister, who was in the same vehicle at the time of the crash, was also taken to Hartford Hospital with serious injuries. She was taken by ambulance, police said, and her injuries were also non-life threatening.
The names and ages of the victims were not released on Wednesday night.
Police first responded to the intersection around 6:15 p.m. with reports of the accident. The accident forced police to close the intersection and set up detours for motorists.
All roads have now reopened, police said.
Updated: 7:44 p.m.
Officials said Lifestar has now taken transport of the victim, whose name and gender has not been released. One other individuals was also treated for injuries at a neaby hospital, according to reports.
The accident occurred closer to 6:15 p.m. than 6:30 p.m., as originally reported. The person trapped was conscious and in a stable condition, but had suffered serious trauma as a result of injuries suffered during the crash.
No other details were immediately available.
Southington police and fire officials are responding to the scene of a serious multi-vehicle accident on Woodruff Street and Pleasant Street, and officials have now called in the Lifestar medical helicopter to respond to serious injuries, officials with the Southington Police Department confirmed.
The accident occurred around 6:30 p.m., officials reported, and the area has been closed to through traffic as emergency responders work to provide care. There are several people with injuries, including at least one trapped within the vehicle, according to early reports.
The number of vehicles and people injured were not immediately available.
Lifestar is prepared to land nearby and will be used to transport at least one individual, according to the early reports.
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