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Minor Cited After 2-Car Accident Hospitalizes 4 in Sudbury

All injuries considered non-life-threatening.

Minor Cited After 2-Car Accident Hospitalizes 4 in Sudbury. Patch file photo
Minor Cited After 2-Car Accident Hospitalizes 4 in Sudbury. Patch file photo
A two-car accident on Dec. 9 on Concord Road sent four people to area hospitals.

According to Sudbury Police Lt. Robert Grady, the accident happened at about 11:13 a.m.

The operator heading north on Concord Road lost control of his motor vehicle and slid into the southbound lane, striking another motor vehicle.

Emergency personnel shut down the road to tend to the victims.

Grady said the four people hospitalized had non-life-threatening injuries.

The operator who was heading north was a minor and was cited for violating a passenger restriction.

He was not cited for causing the accident, Grady said, due to the slick conditions caused by the snowfall that day.
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