NORWALK, Conn. An SUV overturned on a Norwalk street late Thursday, sending at least one person to Norwalk Hospital.
The 20-year-old driver had borrowed his mothers vehicle to go to a nearby McDonalds, according to people on the scene. On the way back at about 10:15 p.m., his large cup of soda overturned as he was turning left onto Senga Road from Scribner Avenue. He reached for it and veered into a parked car as he was doing so. The SUV landed on its side and a passenger, the drivers uncle, was injured.
A family member said the uncle, the brother of the drivers mother, had suffered a broken arm and a gash on his forehead. The driver was uninjured.
Police said they were issuing an infraction to the driver, who they said was at fault. The SUV was towed.
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