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Three injured in Thursday morning crash on Chamberlain Highway in Berlin


BERLIN — A three-car accident on the Chamberlain Highway sent three people to the hospital Thursday morning.

The drivers of the cars were all taken to the hospital, one with serious injuries, said Deputy Police Chief John Klett.

The accident occurred near Butler St. about 7 a.m. A section of Route 71 was closed near Butler Street for a few hours as police investigated.

Anyone who may have witnessed this crash is asked to contact Traffic Officer Robert Canto at (860) 828-7082.



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