Two Injured in Plainfield Crash - NBC Connecticut

Two Injured in Plainfield Crash



    Two men are hospitalized after an SUV hit a tree and a stone wall in Plainfield on Sunday evening.

    The crash happened on Sterling Hill Road in the area of New Road in the Moosup section of Plainfield at 7:09 p.m. and emergency workers said they found Sean Simmons, 26, of Jewett City, and Timothy Cote, 43, of Sterling, trapped in the vehicle.

    Police said Simmons was driving a 1993 Ford Ranger, crossed into the opposing lane, went off the shoulder of the road into an area near a private residential drive and hit a tree and stone wall, police said. 

    Members of the Moosup and Central Village Fire Departments were able to extricate both men and Lifestar transported them to Hartford Hospital.

    Simmons listed in stable condition and Cote is in guarded condition.

    The State Police Collision Analysis Reconstruction Squad is investigating. 

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