The vehicle spun and ended up on the lawn of the Veterans Memorial Park.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Traffic was backed up on South Street for about an hour on Thursday after an sport-utility vehicle crashed into a tree.
Police said a man driving a Cadillac Escalade lost control of the vehicle at about 4 p.m. when switching lanes near the Veterans Memorial and struck a tree.
The driver did not suffered any serious injuries, police said, but he was transported to Berkshire Medical Center by ambulance.
"He just lost control. He was in the left lane. Then, he went to go and pass someone in the right lane and, I don't know if he spun or what, but he just lost control and he hit the tree and the light," said Officer Mark Maddalena while surveying the scene.
"I think when he hit the tree it just spun him."
Police kept the road open while attending to the crash but traffic was backed up for about an hour.
Police did not release the name of the driver and the accident is still under investigation.
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