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SUVs Collide At Entrance

To Milford Farmers’ Market

Mercedes and Subaru SUVs collided at noon Sunday at the entrance of the Milford Farmers’ Market, Route 28.   Both cars were damaged, but there did not appear to be any injuries. A mother and two young girls were in the black car; a couple in the blue car. The mishap slowed traffic as debris was swept from the roadway. ( photo)



  1. Pray tell, what did happen? Did they collide, on 28, where the entrance to market is?
    So relieved no one was injured.

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