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News Brief: Great Barrington police investigate State Road car crash

Police along with Great Barrington Fire Department and Southern Berkshire Ambulance responded to the scene and found the vehicle had struck a utility pole and two trees before coming to rest in a stream.

Great Barrington police investigate State Road car crash

Great Barrington — On Thursday, Jan. 30, at approximately 6:15 p.m., a 911 call to Great Barrington Police Department reported a single vehicle crash on State Road. Police along with Great Barrington Fire Department and Southern Berkshire Ambulance responded to the scene and found the vehicle had struck a utility pole and two trees before coming to rest in a stream. Great Barrington firefighters used the jaws of life to free 29-year-old Emil Little of Great Barrington from the green 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee he was driving. Little was then flown to Baystate Medical Center. There were no other occupants in the vehicle and his condition is unknown at this time.

The investigation is being conducted by the Great Barrington Police Department. Investigators are asking anyone who may have seen this vehicle prior to the crash to contact them at (413) 528-0306.

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