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Police Officers Sustain Injuries in Clifton Street Traffic Collision in Boston

Published in on April 13, 2024

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Car accident in Boston

Boston, MA (April 13, 2024) – An early morning collision involving a police vehicle resulted in injuries to two Boston police officers. The crash took place in the neighborhood of Roxbury at approximately 2:20 AM on Saturday near the address of 30 Clifton Street. Both injured officers were taken to a local hospital; however, they reportedly suffered non-life-threatening injuries, as confirmed by a spokesperson for the Boston Police Department, Sgt. John Boyle.

The particulars surrounding the cause of the accident remain unclear at this stage, with authorities actively conducting an investigation to ascertain the events that led up to the incident. Officials are gathering evidence and statements in the preparation of a comprehensive report on the collision. The Boston Police Department has emphasized its commitment to a thorough investigation to determine the factors contributing to the incident.

In response to the event, traffic restrictions were temporarily enacted around the area of the collision to allow emergency services and investigators to operate safely and efficiently. The road was later cleared and reopened for public use. The Boston PD has assured the public that further information will be released as soon as it becomes available and is encouraging anyone with pertinent knowledge of the accident to come forward.

Source: Local Accident Reports

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