Two injured after four-car crash in Derby

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DERBY — A four-car pileup at around 7:40 a.m. on the Derby Road on Tuesday sent two people to the hospital.

According to the report, before the crash two cars were stopped waiting to make a left turn onto Joseph Street, and a third vehicle was attempting to stop.

Police say Daniel Bumbarger, 28, of Derby, didn’t notice the stopped vehicle, and hit the vehicle in front of him, driven by Bradford Loughran, 44, of Derby.

The crash set off a chain reaction of rear-end collisions, with Loughran having to be removed from his vehicle by Derby Line Ambulance.

The second vehicle in the lineup was being driven by 26-year-old Kristen Roberge, of Derby, who was also transported to North Country Hospital.

According to a statement issued by police, Roberge was treated for “minor” injuries and Loughran for “moderate” injuries.

Robin Taylor, 26, of Derby, was driving the first vehicle in the lineup, that was waiting to turn onto Joseph Road.

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