PHOTOS: Multi-Car Crash outside Post Road Auto Body Shop and Tomatillo in Cos Cob

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Several cars were involved in a crash outside Post Road Auto Body Shop and Tomatillo in Cos Cob on Wednesday around noon, Oct 12, 2016. Credit: Leslie Yager

UPDATE: The tally of damaged cars during a Wednesday  lunchtime crash in cos Cob is four. A black Mercedes Benz gl450 had injuries to the rear as a result of the collision.

Original Story: Around 12:20pm, at least three cars were involved in yet another car crash in Greenwich. This time, the crash occurred in Cos Cob on a well known tricky stretch of East Putnam Ave where high school students walk to local eateries for lunch.

According to a construction worker on scene, people dining at Tomatillo had a full view of a blue Honda that had a tire blow out, causing the driver to lose control of her car.

The Honda plowed through a trio of potted Chrysanthemums and crashed into two other cars in front of Tomatillo and Post Road Auto Body Shop on East Putnam Ave.

On Scene at 12:30 were first responders including GEMS, Greenwich Fire Dept and Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol. The woman driving the blue Honda was transported to the hospital by GEMS.

We will update this story as more information becomes available.

See also: Head-on Crash on West Putnam Ave Makes Three Crashes in Four Days in Greenwich

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A Jeep shattered the window of Tomatillo after a multi-car crash on Wednesday at lunch time. Oct 12, 2016 Contributed photo

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Several cars were damaged in a crash outside Post Road Auto Body Shop and Tomatillo in Cos Cob on Oct 12, 2016. Credit: Leslie Yager

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Several cars were involved in a crash outside Post Road Auto Body Shop and Tomatillo in Cos Cob on Wednesday around noon. Credit: Leslie Yager


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