Four people were injured in a serious 2-car accident early this morning on Route 10/Route 202 near the Massachusetts-Connecticut border.
Reports on the accident said that one of the drivers travelling south on Rt-10/Rt-202 from Southwick, MA, lost control over the vehicle while exiting a slight curve and crashed into an oncoming car traveling in the opposite direction. The crash occurred around 12:30 am.
According to the authorities, Gian M. Fuschi, 21, of Granby, CT, a passenger in the vehicle driven by Stephen Beck, 20, of Bloomfield, CT, was seriously injured in the crash. Fuschi was flown by a LifeStar helicopter to Hartford Hospital.
Beck was also injured in the crash, and was taken by ambulance to St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford. His condition was listed today as stable.
The other driver also suffered injuries. Paul Muise, 55, of Huntington, MA, was flown to Bay State Medical Center. His passenger Maureen Muise, 55, was transported by ambulance to Bay State.
Their conditions are not immediately available.
News Sources: MassLive, WTNH.