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1:51pm–#Bridgeport–Multi car accident at Maplewood and Wood Ave., one car smoking.

#Shelton–Report of a motor vehicle accident at Pine Street and Shelton Ave one car into a tree. Report of a woman pinned in the car. One person sent Bridgeport Hospital and the other to Yale.

#Bridgeport–We have a report of a woman assaulted and her two year old kicked out a vehicle at Park Street and Maple Street. EMTs confirm two transported to the hospital.

3:40am–#Bridgeport–Report of a couple people being pepper sprayed at the Metric Bar and Grill at 39 Cannon St. EMTs arriving.

3:41am–#cttraffic #Fairfield I-95 northhbound 3 people trapped in a rolled over car about 50-75 feet off the roadway. Between exits 18-19.UPDATE–3:41am–#cttraffic #Fairfield I-95 northbound between 18-19 Connecticut State Police reporting one dead and 2 critically injured in this crash. UPDATE—Connecticut State Police reports 2 dead one critical.

2:33am–#Bridgeport–Report of a motor vehicle accident at Seaview Ave. and Fifth Street.

2:19am–Fairfield–Trains are going to be late….Report of a silver car on the tracks at the train station behind by Fairfield Motor Sport. Trains are being stopped.

1:57am–Pedestrian struck by a car at 110 Lindley Street (near Herbert St). UPDATE– 2:13am–#Bridgeport–Police are looking for a green Taurus for evading after striking a pedestrian on Lindley Street. CT Reg. 137 YVN plate comes out of Hamden. If you see this car please call 911.

1:53am–#Bridgeport–Man face down in a toilet a Two Boots on Main Street. EMTs on the way. EMTs should get hazardous duty pay tonight!

1:28am–#Bridgeport–Car accident with injuries Fairfield Ave. and Pine Street (near McDonalds

1:05am–#Fairfield–Molto Restaurant—Bartender and patron going at it, police on the way.

By Stephen Krauchick

DoingItLocal is run by Steve Krauchick. Steve has always had interest with breaking news even as an early teen, opting to listen to the Watergate hearings instead of top 40 on the radio. His interest in news spread to become the communities breaking news leader in Connecticut’s Fairfield County. He strongly believes that the public has right to know what is happening in their backyard and that government needs to be transparent. Steve also likes promoting local businesses.

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