Weston Fire Department Assists In Two Weather-related Accidents

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The Weston Volunteer Fire Department responded to two accidents Sunday afternoon. Photo Credit: From @FireWeston on Twitter
An oil tanker went off a Weston Road Sunday afternoon on Steep Hill Road, no injuries were reported and no oil spilled. Photo Credit: From @FireWeston on Twitter
This was the second of two accidents on Sunday afternoon. Photo Credit: From @FireWeston on Twitter
This jeep went off Godfrey Road West in Weston on Sunday afternoon. Photo Credit: From @FireWeston on Twitter

WESTON, Conn. -- In one hour, the Weston Volunteer Fire Department assisted at two accidents caused by icy conditions Sunday afternoon.

The first accident was at noon on Steep Hill Road by Tannery Lane. An oil truck slid off the road because of the ice. No injuries were reported and no oil leaked from the tank.

The second crash occurred at 12:50 p.m. on Godfrey Road West when a car slid off the road and came to rest in a brook. Again, no injuries were reported, but a small amount of fuel leaked into the stream. 

The Fire Department's Twitter account, @FireWeston, also reported that EMS was called to two different incidents in town. 

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