Three students suffered severe injuries after their mother’s minivan crashed into a pole on Lamartine Street near SW Corridor Park.
According to the report by officials, a woman had just picked her daughters up from school in her Toyota Sienna when the crash happened. Eyewitnesses claimed her minivan crashed while traveling northbound on Lamartine Street. The vehicle suddenly veered off the road and slammed into a utility pole by the shoulder of the road.
The report indicated that the woman crashed headlong into the tree; the impact left her three daughters with severe injuries. Two of her daughters were not wearing seatbelts when the accident happened. Consequently, one daughter reportedly suffered a broken nose while the other had a severe head injury.
EMS immediately administered first aid treatment to all the victims. After paramedics stabilized the victims, they transported them to the closest hospital for proper medical treatment.
The accident is under investigation.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “We are sorry to hear about this accident that resulted in four severe injuries here in Boston. We hope all of the victims have a speedy recovery from this crash. Traffic laws exist to ensure your safety, so please drive with caution and observe the rules of the road. Additionally, please remember to seek medical treatment and legal assistance if injured in a crash, regardless of the severity.”
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