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Car Hits Main Street Home in Williamstown
Staff Reports,
09:54AM / Saturday, May 06, 2023
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A Clarksburg resident was cited by police after a Tuesday accident that sent their car into a home on Main Street, according to a police report.
Williamstown police said Jay J. Wright of Hayden Hill Road was traveling east on Main Street (Route 2) at about 4 p.m. when his vehicle veered to the left and crossed the westbound lane near Southworth Street.
At the intersection, Wright's 2014 Toyota clipped the front end of a Honda driven by Kareen Annette Honecker of Williamstown, who was on Southworth waiting to turn onto Main Street, according to the report.
Wright's car continued across Southworth Street and about 276 feet across a lawn before hitting the home at 780 Main St., the report read.
The report indicates that Wright was taken to Berkshire Medical Center.
Police reported that the home belonging to William Haylon incurred damage to the foundation and the wall. Both vehicles involved in the accident were damaged as well.
Officer John McConnell Jr. investigated the accident.
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