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No was injured in an collision that occurred Monday at about 4 p.m. on Curran Highway.

Three-Car Crash on Curran Highway Flips Vehicle

By Brian RhodesiBerkshires Staff
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The collision caused on vehicle to flip over. 

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A three-car accident on Curran Highway on Monday afternoon caused no serious injuries, despite one of the cars flipping during the crash.

The accident happened in front of Uniq Vape at about 4:16 p.m., with police, Northern Berkshire EMS and the Fire Department arriving soon after to assess the crash site and help one of the occupants with minor injuries. An initial collision between two vehicles blocked the northern traffic lane, causing a second crash to occur with the third vehicle.

"It appears that two of the vehicles were traveling southbound. One was stopped to turn into the Uniq Vape shop," said Sgt. Preston Kelly, who was directing traffic around the crash site. "The second vehicle failed to stop in time, rear-ended the vehicle making the lefthand turn, which caused that vehicle to be pushed into the northbound lane, which collided with the vehicle going northbound, which caused that vehicle to roll over."

Kelly said the injury to one of the vehicle occupants did not appear to be serious and everyone else involved in the accident was unharmed. Two of the vehicles were towed away from the scene shortly after the crash, while the third needed to be flipped, placed on a flat-bed truck and driven away.

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