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4 people injured, 2 trapped in single-car crash in Wakefield


According to witnesses, those involved are teenagers.

Four people had to be rushed to hospital, including one who was flown by medical helicopter to Boston, following a single-car accident in Wakefield on Tuesday.

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Wakefield Police said at 2:41 p.m. police and firefighters responded to a report of an accident in the area of ​​131 Vernon Street.

First responders arrived to find a car had crashed into a tree and two occupants were trapped, police said. Wakefield firefighters worked to free the occupants using hydraulic tools.

Two people were transported by ambulance to a local hospital, one person was transported by ambulance to a hospital in Boston and one person was transported by medical helicopter to a hospital in Boston.

Witnesses told NBC10 Boston the car was a blue Toyota Corolla carrying a group of teenagers.

The crash is being investigated by the Wakefield Police Department with assistance from the Massachusetts State Police.


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