ADAMS, Mass. — Adams Police are investigating a Saturday morning accident that left two people hospitalized.
At approximately 1:30 Saturday morning, Officer Nick Dabrowski was responding to Meadow Street near East Hoosac Street to assist Officer Dakota Baker with a motor vehicle stop.
In the vicinity of 20 East Hoosac St., he came upon a man lying on the side of the street. Dabrowski began administering first aid and called for emergency medical assistance.
The individual was transported to Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, where he is listed in critical condition in the intensive care unit.
Baker had a motor vehicle stopped near the Meadow Street intersection with East Hoosac Street. It is possible that vehicle may have been involved in the earlier accident.
The operator of that vehicle, a woman, was also transported to BMC and is listed in stable condition.
Anyone who may have witnessed the accident or been in the vicinity of East Hoosac Street early Saturday morning is asked to call the Adams Police Department at 413-743-1212.
Further details will not be released as the incident remains under investigation.
Members of the Adams Police Department are conducting the investigation and are being assisted by state police detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office and the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section and Crime Scene Service Section of the state police.
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