SOUTHINGTON - One person was taken to the hospital Thursday after a crash that resulted in a rollover.
Around 11:50 a.m., police, firefighters and an ambulance were called to Loper Street, near Annelise Avenue, where firefighters extricated a woman from a Honda HR-V. She did not report any injuries but was taken to the Hospital of Central Connecticut’s Bradley Memorial Campus to be evaluated, according to police.
Police said the car driven by the woman, heading east on Loper Street, was struck by a Chevrolet Cobalt that had initially stopped on Annelise Avenue and proceeded into the intersection, hitting the right side of the Honda. The Honda then spun and rolled over, settling on its driver side, according to police.
The driver of the Cobalt did not report any injuries, police said.
The accident is still being investigated.
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