Collision on Cheshire Road Injures 3; Pittsfield Police Seek Witnesses
Update: The two women who were collided with say that they do not have “life threatening injuries” as the Eagle reported. They were injured but “far from life threatening.”
A collision on Cheshire Road in Pittsfield Friday evening left three people injured.
According to the Berkshire Eagle, Cory Bly of Brainard, NY was traveling north on Cheshire Road in a Saturn Ion and crossed the yellow line, colliding with a Toyota.
The 28-year-old Bly, along with 19-year-old Sienna Witherell, the driver of the Toyota, and her mother Kellie of Adams were all taken via ambulance to the hospital with "possible life-threatening injuries."
The vehicles were damaged severely during the crash that took place just before 7 p.m. on Friday evening.
Pittsfield Police are seeking out witnesses of the crash to assist with any information. If you have any information to share on Friday evening's collision, call the Pittsfield Police at 413-448-9700, ext. 341.