An odd accident occurred on Amory Street which left 5 people injured, police reported.
The official report states that the driver of an Audi A4 drove through Amory in Boston. The Audi then bumped a man jogging on the shoulder of the road with the front corner of the car. This caused the driver to panic and swerve into the opposite lane and sideswipe an oncoming Chevy in the process, police said.
The oncoming Chevy was reportedly driven by a 30-year-old man who was traveling with his 27-year-old wife. The impact of the Audi on the Chevy made this second driver veer off the road uncontrollably and strike another pedestrian nearby.
According to the report, the 20-year-old driver of the Audi has not been found to have a driver’s license. They have not passed all of the testing requirements to be able to drive alone on the road.
Five people were injured in total in this freak accident, officials stated. The two pedestrians are currently in critical condition and the two occupants of the Chevy are also severely injured. All five victims have been transported to a nearby hospital by EMS.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “This was an freaky crash caused by a young reckless driver. We are sorry to see this happen here in Boston. Please remember to concentrate on the road when you are driving. We wish everyone involved a speedy recovery from this crash.”
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