One person sustained traumatic injuries, while several others suffered serious injuries in a two-car collision on Market Street, authorities report.
The accident happened on 253-261 Market Street at the intersection with Gardena Street, police reported. A Boston Police Department spokesperson confirmed that the crash involved a Chevrolet Malibu and a Lincoln sedan.
According to the report from the police, the Malibu was traveling north on Market Street when the Lincoln appeared suddenly. Then, the Malibu’s driver pulled out into the intersection from Gardena Street, police said. Consequently, authorities stated that the Malibu’s driver, a 26-year-old male, had suffered critical injuries when EMS arrived.
BPD has not released the identity of the man who is in critical condition. Emergency crews also rushed his passenger to a nearby Medical Center in critical condition. Additionally, EMS transported the driver of the Lincoln and its two passengers to the Medical Center. Fortunately, police expect the injured victims to survive.
Speed may have been a contributing factor in the crash, authorities said.
Dr. Brian Elias, from the Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “This was an unfortunate crash that injured multiple people. We are sorry to see it happen here in Boston. Please remember to concentrate on the road when you are driving, and look out for other drivers. We wish everyone involved a speedy recovery from this crash.”
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