Three people were taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after a Mercedes-Benz drove into a condo in Water Mill.
Southampton Fire Department Second Assistant Chief Chris Brenner said a man was sitting at a desk inside the Head of Pond Road residence when the vehicle struck. The man was injured by the wreckage but able to free himself and safely get out of the condo himself, according to Brenner. The driver and a passenger exited the vehicle with the help of emergency personnel. One person was transported by Southampton Volunteer Ambulance, and two were taken by Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance. None of the injuries were life-threatening.
North Sea Fire Department provided mutual aid for Southampton heavy rescue and North Sea Chief Billy Rosko was on scene. Southampton Fire Chief Dennis Roy was in charge.
Head of Pond Road was closed for two hours as firefighters awaited the arrival of PSEG to turn off power, being that the vehicle drove over an electric meter and was sitting on top of it, Brenner said.
The reason for the crash was not clear.