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One Critically Injured in Rollover Accident in Weymouth

Published in on March 16, 2024

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In Weymouth, Massachusetts, emergency services were called to the scene of a severe rollover car accident early Saturday morning. Upon arrival, first responders discovered a vehicle overturned with a person inside rendered unresponsive and entrapped.

Firefighters executed a rapid extraction by cutting the roof off the car to gain access. The victim was promptly transported to a local hospital to receive medical care. The status of the individual’s condition following the accident has not been disclosed, and further details surrounding the single-vehicle crash are currently pending an ongoing investigation.

The Weymouth Police Department is urging anyone with information regarding the accident to come forward as they continue to piece together the events that led up to the rollover. They are particularly interested in any witnesses who might have been present at the time of the crash or who might have seen the vehicle prior to the incident.

Authorities are reminding drivers to practice caution on the roads, particularly with road conditions potentially changing as the seasons transition. This accident serves as a stark reminder of the unpredictability of driving and the importance of vehicle safety. The Weymouth community has expressed concern and is hoping for a speedy recovery for the individual involved.

The Weymouth Fire Department has not released any additional statements at this time. More updates are expected as the investigation progresses. Local residents are advised to seek alternate routes if traveling in the vicinity of the accident site to allow for smooth operations and investigation procedures.

Source: NBC Boston

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