One person was rushed to the hospital after a motor scooter and a four-door Honda sedan crashed on on East Main Street in Meriden on Wednesday.
The crash happened in front of 300 East Main Street, near Uptown Pizza and LifeStar was called, but was then canceled.
An ambulance transported the driver of the motor scooter driver to an area hospital. Police have not released the name of the person who was injured.
At least two, but possibly three, people were in the car, but no information was immediately available on whether any of them were injured.
Crews at the scene saw a blue motor scooter on its side and a tan four-door sedan with front-end damage and a smashed windshield.
Witnesses told NBC Connecticut that the motor scooter driver was leaving a soup kitchen in the area when the crash happened.
At least eight law enforcement vehicles responded, as well as two ambulances.
The road was closed in both directions at the Center Street intersection, but has reopened.