Brewster Fire Responds to Crash at Snow Road and Route 137

All five patients refused medical treatment...
The scene at Route 137 and Snow Road in Brewster on Saturday afternoon. (BFD photo)
From the Brewster Fire Department:
 
Brewster Fire/Rescue Responds to Motor Vehicle Collision

On Saturday April 20 at 5:40 p.m. Brewster Fire/Rescue was dispatched to a two car motor vehicle collision with injuries at the intersection of Snow Road and Long Pond Road (Route 137). An ambulance from Harwich Fire Department was also dispatched on the line box assignment. On arrival Brewster Ambulance 242 under the direction of FF/Paramedic Kirk Rounseville reported a two vehicle accident with moderate damage and no entrapment. Car 231 (Chief Moran) and Car 232 (Deputy Chief Varley) also responded to the scene. Upon assessing the occupant injuries it was determined that all five patients chose to refuse medical treatment and would not require transport to the hospital. 

Harwich Fire Department personnel secured the two vehicles and applied absorbent to a small antifreeze leak. Brewster Police responded and provided traffic control during the incident. The accident remains under investigation by the Brewster Police.
 

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