Boston Car Crash Injures Five

According to the Boston Globe, a car crash last Monday on Morrissey Boulevard near the entrance to University of Massachusetts-Boston injured five people. All suffered non-life-threatening injuries, said a police spokesman. Two of the car accident victims were taken to Tufts Medical Center. The other two were taken to Boston Medical Center.

The auto accident reportedly occurred when a car traveling southbound on Morrissey Boulevard made an illegal U-turn. It crashed into another vehicle and a street sign, propelling the car on top of the northbound vehicle.

A UMass-Boston student who witnessed the crash pulled the driver of the southbound vehicle out of the driver’s seat. Another student pulled a person out of the passenger seat. Three people remained trapped in the back seat until firefighters cut the roof of the car open and removed them.

Five injured in Morrissey Boulevard crash, Boston Globe, September 29, 2009
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