(Updated: 4:28 p.m.)
Fire officials said the accident involved a rollover with and temporarily trapped several individuals in an SUV that had landed on its hood.
AMR was called to the scene, but officials reported only non-life threatening and minor injuries in the accident. There were four people in the SUV at the time and officials available Friday afternoon were unsure if any were taken to nearby hospitals.
Further details were not immediately available. Police are continuing to investigate the accident.
Police have charged a Pleasant Street resident with DUI and other offenses after he allegedly caused an accident on South End Road that forced the road to close and proceeded to leave the scene before police arrived.
Officers took James Tatro, 47, into custody Thursday night after he turned himself in when he learned police were looking for him.
Tatro, of 930 Pleasant St., was booked on charges of driving under the influence, evading responsibility in an accident, failure to drive to the right and operating an unregistered motor vehicle. He was released after posting a $500 bond, according to Southington Police Department records.
The accident occurred just before 8 p.m. at 67 South End Road, Sgt. Jeffrey Dobratz said, but when police arrived at the scene, they only found the damage left from the accident. No one was at the scene.
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"(Tatro) had left the scene but came to the lobby at the Southington Police Department around 9 p.m. when he learned officers were looking for him," Dobratz said. "He was tested for DUI and failed."
Details of the accident remain unclear, but police said it appears no one was seriously injured in the accident.
About 10 minutes before the accident, police reported a second incident on South End Road about a quarter mile away that caused minor damage to a utility pole. It remains unclear if the two incidents are connected.
Tatro is due in Bristol Superior Court on Nov. 26, police said.
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