Accident sends 2 children and bus driver to hospital: CT News

There was a lot of news in Connecticut on Tuesday. If you missed one on your local Patch, here’s a recap of some of the best stories.

Two children sustained facial lacerations and were taken to hospital, as did the driver, who was also injured, police said. >>> Read more.

The accused admitted in an affidavit that he smoked crack before fatally hitting a 20-year-old college student and then running away, according to an arrest warrant obtained by several media outlets. >>> Read more .

Hospitalizations associated with the coronavirus increased by 25 beds overnight. >>> Find out more.

Police used a nearby canoe to quickly rescue the man, who was partially submerged in cold water, police said. >>> Read more.

The annual list compiled by US News & World Report assesses thousands of nursing homes based on care, complaint rate and more. >>> Learn more.

The accident happened around 8 am Tuesday on Route 8. >>> Read more.

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