Six Carolton residents were involved in two separate auto accidents.
Three people were involved in a one-car accident at Lexington Road and Scott Street when the driver braked to avoid striking a bicycle ridden by Sally E. Walker,11, on Monday morning.
The car eventually struck the curb and hit a 60 foot utility pole.
A collision took place Tuesday morning on Old Meetinghouse Road near the bridge involving two cars and three people.
The accident took place while car No.1 was stopped at the side of the road and was attempting to return to the pavement when he collided with the approaching car no.2.
The driver who struck the curb to avoid Walker was Marianne Blodgett, 215 S. Grant St., who had two passengers Michael Blodgett, nine, 215 S. Grant St. and Helen M. Hays, 70, 109 E. Ohio Ave.
The son of Blodgett and Hays were injured and taken to Holy Cross Hospital where they were treated and released.
Walker didn't seem injured.
"I'm alright." she told Police Lt. James Smith Jr.
On Old Meetinghouse Road, Sergeant John Talcott said the driver of car No. 2 had been under the influence.
The two drivers from the accident are Horace Gilmore, 45, 335 W. Oregon, car No. 1; and Branson Potter, 52, 506 S. Sherman, car No. 2.
The passenger in car No. 1, Virginia Main, 40, 804 N. Sherman, has fractured her left arm with abrasions and contusions. Main may possibly have a concussion.
Gilmore was taken to Carolton General and found with fractures on left arm and leg. He too may have possible concussions and internal injuries. His condition is critical.
Potter, too was taken to Carolton General. He has abrasions and contusions. Potter is being held for observation.
No one involved in the accident has been able to give police a statement.