Two Hospitalized After Rollover Crash In Norwalk

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NORWALK, Conn. – Two men were taken to Norwalk Hospital with serious injuries Sunday night after a rollover accident on West Rocks Road, according to police reports.

Accident investigators found that the Porsche Boxter struck a street sign and a tree before rolling over and landing upright, police said.

A 32-year-old man and a 25-year-old man were pulled from the car and taken to Norwalk Hospital for treatment, police said. Both were conscious after the accident, but the 25-year-old had labored breathing, according to police reports.

Norwalk Police were still investigating the cause of the accident as of Tuesday morning. A witness reported to police that the car was speeding before the accident, but that information has not been confirmed, police said.

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Can't blame the Daily these two men who were driving a $50,000 dollar car havn't been given names in any of the media its only been three days.This accident must of cost a lot in overtime and services from fire police and Norwalk hospital.It was suggested by those who live in the area accidents happen all the time costing the city more in the long run.I do hope the two have a speedy recovery and help us make this a safe interesection.Maybe one of the five running for Mayor would look into this interesection and see if rumor is right about its danger.

Where was the accident on West Rocks? The article didn't say.