A crash involving an SUV, 2 cars and a motorcycle has left several people injured in Boston.
Boston Police reported that the Accident happened on I-93 near Hallet Street in Boston. A Nissan Maxima was being driven by a 32-year-old man. The Maxima veered out of it’s lane and hit a motorcycle, police said. The motorcycle rider was reportedly thrown off his motorcycle into the shoulder of the road due to the impact.
The official report then states, that after the first impact, 2 other vehicles collided with the Maxima. An oncoming Subaru SUV and a Chrysler sedan both crashed into the Nissan as it was starting to spin out of control.
It was reported that a total of five people were involved in the whole crash site. The Maxima only had the driver onboard and he sustained minor injuries. The occupants of the SUV and Chrysler also sustained injuries. The motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital. It was determined that he had several fractures on his arm and legs.
Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash: “This was a serious accident involving five people, leaving a motorcyclist in critical condition. We are sorry to have this happen here in Boston. Regardless of whether the crash was major or minor, there are often significant residual injuries that can manifest later. We hope all the injuries are not life-threatening, and we wish everyone involved in the crash a speedy recovery.”
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