North Branford PD: Passenger rescued out of car after crash on Old Forest Road

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NORTH BRANFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Police rescued a passenger trapped in their vehicle after the car crashed into several trees on Old Forest Road Monday night.

At 6:15 p.m. Monday, North Branford Police responded to a call about a vehicle crash on Old Forest Road, near Forest Road. When officers arrived on the scene they noticed several trees were damaged and the passenger in the rear of the car had sustained serious injuries.

According to police, the door on the rear passenger side was stuck. North Branford firefighters removed the rear passenger from the car and provided medical attention and transported the passenger to Yale New Haven Hospital.

The rear passenger was listed in stable condition later in the evening due to the immediate care received from North Branford Fire Department and Yale New Haven Hospital.

The driver and the front passenger were also brought to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

This incident is currently under investigation. Anyone who has information which could assist NBPD is asked that you contact the department at (203) 484-2703.

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