Six people were hospitalized after a crash involving a dump truck and three other vehicles in Norwalk, Connecticut, Sunday afternoon.
Norwalk firefighters and police responded to Fairfield Avenue and Flax Hill Road in the South Norwalk section of the city after receiving reports of a crash at about 2:21 p.m.
Police and fire crews found a small box truck overturned on its side, pinning a Chevy Malibu against a telephone pole, dump truck and Norwalk taxi cab, Deputy Fire Chief Chris King said.
Firefighters extricated a man from the Malibu and removed the roof so that medical personnel on scene could reach the driver.
Ambulances took six people to Norwalk Hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries and all four vehicles were towed from the scene.
The back of the taxi was damaged and the dump truck was damaged on the front side.
Norwalk police are investigating the crash.