Yesterday, June 24, a serious accident happened in the area of Padanaram Road in Danbury.

Danbury Police responded to a call around 10:22 PM Thursday night of a serious accident involving both a 2014 Audi A4 and 2010 Suzuki Kizashi. The accident took place in the area of Padanaram Road and Jeanette Street.

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According to police, the Audi was traveling northbound and the Suzuki Kizashi was traveling southbound, both on Padanarm Road, when the cars collided into each other. After police investigated the scene, they believe that one of the vehicles crossed over the double yellow line causing the accident.

Both vehicle operators were transported to Danbury Hospital due to the injuries from the accident.

As the collision stays under investigation with Danbury Police Department's Traffic Unit, they are asking that anyone that may have any information regarding the accident or anyone who witnessed the accident to please contact Sgt. Rory DeRocco or PO Jason Lyder at 203-797-2157.

It is so important to pay attention and be safe while driving. Lately, everyone has been mentioning how much more traffic there seems to be on the roads now that our states are opening back up. Don't forget the simple rules of the road, and always remember, if it takes you a few extra minutes to get to your location, it's worth it rather than getting yourself involved in an accident.

We will be sure to update you with anymore information we receive.

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