Morning Three-Car Pileup

There was a three-vehicle pileup on Newtown Lane, east of Park Place, on the morning of Aug. 25, shortly before 9. According to East Hampton Village police, Raymond A. Nembhard of Hempstead, 56, was eastbound in an Environmental Service Inc. commercial truck when he rear-ended a 2011 Toyota, forcing it into the 1997 Chevrolet ahead of it. The Chevrolet’s driver, Eugene F. Simons of East Hampton, 66, complained of back pain and was taken to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. The driver of the Toyota, Macrae M. Marran of Vero Beach, Fla., 24, was not hurt, nor was Mr. Nembhard, who was cited for following too closely.

A car backing out of a parking spot Friday in the Montauk I.G.A. lot Friday morning hit a woman walking behind it. The driver of the 2010 Ford sedan, Mary A. Welch of Montauk, 70, told East Hampton Town police she had not seen the pedestrian, Arden H. Goldberg of New City, N.Y., 66. Ms. Goldberg fell down, and complained of back pain but refused medical attention.  

There was a single-car accident at about 8:40 a.m. Saturday on Hand’s Creek Road in Northwest, near Shorewood Drive. After Gideon Goldstein of New York City, 80, driving a 2010 BMW, left the roadway and ran into a tree, the car’s airbags deployed. Police found Mr. Goldstein, who complained of head pain and suffered minor bleeding, only semiconscious. A county police helicopter airlifted him to Stony Brook University Hospital, which released him later that day.