BETHEL, Conn. — Two people were taken to Danbury Hospital after a two-car crash on Route 6 in front of Target in Bethel on Saturday morning, according to a Facebook post from the Stony Hill Volunteer Fire Company.
At 11:45 a.m., Stony Hill Fire & EMS were dispatched to Route 6 in front of Target for the two-car accident, the post said.
Two cars sustained heavy front-end damage after a head-on crash on the busy road, the post said.
The two people who were sent to Danbury Hospital suffered non-life-threatening injuries, the post said.
The roadway was briefly closed after the crash.
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