Two vital auto accidents left several with severe injuries on Monday and one on Tuesday.
The first accident was a collision between two cars, a driver with a passenger and another driver in the opposite car by himself.
The second accident involved a driver with two passengers who lost control of the vehicle due to a pedestrian.
The first accident occurred on Old Meetinghouse Rd. near the bridge at about 2 a.m. Horace Gilmore, 45, 335 W. Oregon, was driving the first vehicle with a passenger, Virginia Main, 40, 804 N.Sherman.
The driver who is at fault is Branson Potter, 52, 506 S. Sherman. Gilmore's car had been stopped at the side of the road and was attempting to return to pavement when it collided with the approaching car.
According to Sergeant John Talcott, Carolton Police Accident Prevention Bureau, Potter had been drinking.
Gilmore, Main, and Potter were submitted to Carolton General Hospital as Gilmore and Main suffer critical injuries. Potter has abrasions and contusions and is being held for observation.
The Police have yet to make further inquiries because no one involved in the accident has been able to give a statement.
Two Carolton residents were injured in the other accident Tuesday. Marianne Blodgett, 215 S. Grant St. was the driver with passengers Michael Blodgett, 9, and Helen Mays, 70, 109 E. Ohio Ave.
The accident took place at Lexington Rd. and Scott Street. Police stated that "Blodgett lost control of her car when a bicycle ridden by Sally E. Walker, 11, swerved infront of her.
Blodgett's mother braked to avoid striking the bicyle and ended up hitting a 60 foot utility pole. No one was hurt at the incident but Hays who was treated and released from Holy Cross Hospital.