3 people injured, charges pending in Seymour crash

New Haven

SEYMOUR, Conn. (WTNH) — Three people were taken to the hospital after a crash in Seymour on Thursday morning, police say.

According to authorities, 29-year-old Jessica Mahon was driving on Rimmon Road near the Woodbridge line when she lost control, crossed the yellow line, sideswiped a van, swerved back into her lane, then hit a stone wall, flipping her car onto its roof.

The Ansonia woman and two people in the van, 46-year-old Luis Pulla, of New Britain, and 49-year-old Emilio Samoro, of New Haven, were taken to the hospital with injuries that police say are not life-threatening.

Officials say charges in connection with the accident are pending.

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