Head-On Collision Closes Stephen Hands Path - 27 East

Head-On Collision Closes Stephen Hands Path

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The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

The driver of one of two SUVs that collided head-on near the intersetion of Stephen Hands Path and Two Holes of Water Road had to be cut out of his vehicle by East Hampton Fire Department's Heavy Rescue Squad.

authorStaff Writer on Aug 4, 2021
A head-on collision between two SUVs on Wednesday morning, August 4, closed Stephen Hands Path for more than an hour — adding to snarled traffic that hampered emergency crews from... more

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