A head-on collision on Thursday night totaled two vehicles and sent three people to the hospital.
ADAMS, Mass. — Police are investigating a head-on collision that sent three people to the hospital with what authorities say are non-life-threatening injuries.
Collision occurred at about 7:30 p.m. on the north end of East Road between a Subaru and pickup truck that was pulling a trailer with an all-terrain vehicle.
Police on scene were hesitant to divulge much information because the accident is under investigation but confirmed the collision was head on. It is believed one of the vehicles veered into the other lane.
Adams Ambulance personnel transported three victims to Berkshire Medical Center with injuries that did not appear to be life threatening.
The Fire Department posted that firefighters secured the vehicles and scene, and used Spedi Dri to soak up an remove fluids. Both vehicles were towed away.
East Road was closed for a little over an hour from Wheel Estates in North Adams to Lime Street in Adams.
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