It was reported that a 32-year-old woman was found unconscious after a crash which impacted a roller skater on Columbus Ave in Boston.
The woman was involved in an accident on Massachusetts Route 28 just before Harriet Tubman Square, according to the Boston Police Department. Police further reported that this woman was traveling at a high rate of speed. She lost control of her vehicle and veered to the side and struck the guardrail which flipped her vehicle.
According to the police, the woman was driving a 2015 blue Toyota Avalon. The Avalon ran into a roller skater while it veered off it’s lane and flipped over the side of the road. It was reported that a 22-year-old roller skater was heading eastbound towards Harriet Tubman Square when he was hit by the driver. Authorities reported that he suffered life-threatening injuries.
The roller skater and the driver were both immediately taken to a nearby hospital in an EMS ambulance.
The cause for the accident is still under investigation.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “It is unfortunate to hear about this accident, which injured a roller skater and a driver in Boston. We hope all of the victims have a speedy recovery from this crash. Please remember to seek medical treatment and legal assistance if injured in a crash, regardless of the severity. Even minor accidents can have serious repercussions.”
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