According to the Massachusetts State Police, a rollover crash that occurred on Interstate 95 near Newbury on Thursday morning resulted in two people being transported to a local hospital.
The police stated that it responded to the northbound side of the highway at 5:07 a.m. after receiving a call that a 2015 Honda Civic with a Maine registration had flipped over and smashed into the median.
Multiple departments were called into action as a result of the incident. According to the authorities, a rollover crash on Interstate 95 left two people critically injured; they were transported away in medical helicopters.
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According to the police, the Jaws of Life were utilized by the Newbury Fire Department in order to free the male driver, who was 18 years old, and the female passenger, who was 27 years old.
According to the police, both of them sustained critical injuries, and two helicopters from Boston Medical Flight were dispatched to the area. According to the police, the first helicopter landed at 5:49 a.m., and the second landed at 6 a.m.
The driver and the passenger were carried by helicopter to hospitals in Boston to receive treatment for their injuries. The guy from Norridgewock, Maine, was brought to Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and the woman from Benton, Maine, was taken to Beth Israel Hospital.
The severe injuries the adults sustained were not considered life-threatening, and the police stated that medical flights are “uncommon.”
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However, the police stated that medical flights are issued as an extra precaution when a crash occurs a significant distance from a hospital, as was the case with the crash in Newbury, which seems serious.
By the time of the collision, all lanes on the northbound side of the roadway were closed, and the police said that by 7 a.m., the far left lane on the southbound side of the roadway was closed so that officials could remove the vehicle.
The tweet by the official page of Mass State Police also shared about the incident. The tweet is linked below:
According to the police, there were no blocked lanes of traffic as of seven in the morning. According to the department, the investigation into the collision is still ongoing.
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