Charlton Car Crash Seriously Injures Two

Last Thursday morning, a car crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike sent a 6-year-old boy and a 30-year-old man to University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester with serious injuries. The auto accident, which was reported around 10:30am, also caused a temporary closure of several westbound lanes on the Massachusetts Turnpike.

According to state police, the driver was partly ejected from his 1995 Chevrolet Lumina when his car was hit by a Ford Escape operated by a Peabody man, who was not injured in the crash. A preliminary investigation revealed that the Chevy’s tire blew out, causing that vehicle to veer to the right.

As of last Friday, the identity of the younger motor vehicle accident victim had not been released pending notification of the family. The car accident is still under investigation.

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