Two people seriously injured when their ATV collides with snow plow on State Route 112 in Hampshire County.

Modified Date: 
Wed, 09/24/2014 - 11:21am
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Route 112 in the Western Massachusetts town of Huntington will be closed to all traffic while State Police and emergency medical workers respond to a crash involving an ATV and a snow plow, State Police said.

Route 112 in the Western Massachusetts town of Huntington will be closed to all traffic while State Police and emergency medical workers respond to a crash involving an ATV and a snow plow, State Police said.

State Police received calls about the collision at about 12:30 p.m. and rushed to the scene, said police.

The two occupants of the ATV reported serious injuries and will be taken to the hospital, said Nolan.

The driver of the snow plow did not report any injuries, he said.

State Police will investigate the cause of the accident. It is unclear if the snowplow was a state-owned or privately owned vehicle, said police.

People Involved: 
State Route 112

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