BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH) – Bristol police said they are investigating a fatal car crash in the area of Camp Street and Farmington Avenue on Friday.

Upon arrival at the scene of the crash, officers found two cars, one operated by a 61-year-old male who was entrapped in his vehicle and the other by a 17-year-old male.

According to authorities, the Bristol Fire Department extricated the male entrapped in his car and then assessed him for injuries. The male then became unresponsive and lifesaving measures were needed.

The male was transported to a hospital in the local area where he was pronounced deceased, according to police.

Police said the 17-year-old was also transported to a hospital with serious injuries.

The initial investigation of the crash revealed that one operator was driving eastbound on Farmington Avenue as the other car was exiting a business driveway into the path of the car traveling eastbound causing the cars to collide, according to police.

Farmington Avenue and State Route 6 were shut down for several hours so the Bristol Police Department C.A.R.S. unit could process the car site.

The identities of those involved in the crash will not be released until family members are notified.

Anyone who witnessed the crash is encouraged to contact Bristol Police Officer Jones at 860-584-3036 with any information.