A car hits a utility pole and overturns on Route 44 in Connecticut
A very frightening motor vehicle accident happened Friday morning on Route 44 in Connecticut…and the results of the accident could easily have been much worse. The accident happened in New Hartford.
A car hits an electric pole before overturning…
Connecticut State Police B Troop, North Canaan, had to initiate an extended road closure this morning following a no-injury motor vehicle accident involving a utility pole. The crash happened on Route 44 between Wickett Street and Church Street in the Pine Meadow section of New Hartford.
(Above: the stretch of Route 44 in New Hartford where the car collided with a utility pole)
This section of road had to be closed for a long time because the electric pole had to be replaced. Motorists were asked to follow a detour along Church Street or avoid the area altogether.
(Above: A car flipped onto its roof after jumping off the power pole in the background)
Connecticut State Police (B Troop, Canaan) were asking anyone who may have witnessed the crash to contact Private Baldwin #651 at 860-626-1820. All calls will remain confidential.
Here’s the full image that appears in the header photo at the beginning of this article:
According to Connecticut State Police – Troop B Canaan, there were no injuries as a result of the crash. It’s really lucky that there were no injuries despite the impact and the car that overturned.
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