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A Jeep, left, lay on it's side after a collision with a Nissan Sentra as Meriden police confer on the scene at the intersection of E. Main St. and Williams St., Wednesday afternoon, July 2, 2014.  |  Dave Zajac / Record-Journal
A vehicle rests on its side after a crash on East Main Street in Meriden Wednesday afternoon July 2, 2014. | Molly Callahan/Record-Journal

Car rolls over on East Main Street in Meriden

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MERIDEN — One block of East Main Street was closed shortly on Wednesday following a two-car crash near 722 E. Main St.

No one was seriously injured in the rollover crash, which happened around noon. Both drivers were out of the vehicles by the time fire crews arrived.

Employees at the nearby Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant said they heard a loud crash when the cars collided.

Tow trucks were on hand to right the rolled Jeep and remove both vehicles from the street. For a video of the accident scene, go to Myrecordjournal.com.



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