A multiple vehicle accident occurred on I-93 near exit 15 Sunday afternoon. The sequence of the crash remains unclear, however, police in Dorcester were called to the scene at approximately noon. Upon arrival, they discovered a chaotic scene. One of the many vehicles involved in the crash had caught fire. The result was a huge pillar of black smoke overspreading both sides of the highway. Traffic in both directions was snarled as fire officials worked to extinguish the flames.
Medical personnel quickly responded to the scene. They administered medical treatment to those injured in the crash. Miraculously, it appears that although there are injuries, all drivers escaped the flames in time to avoid what would have likely been a fatal accident. The accident remains under investigation at this time. Authorities were on scene for several hours while the investigation of the accident continued. Few other details have been released and those involved in the crash have not been identified.
Massachusetts Car Accidents
We are glad to hear that all involved in this crash escaped catastrophic injuries. Collisions happen daily across Boston and surrounding areas. When they occur you probably have a number of questions about what will happen next.
Initially, you can expect that a representative from the insurance company will try to contact you about the accident. If you have been hurt in the crash you should decline to speak to them until you have spoken with an injury attorney.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we know about personal injury law because it is what we do. All of our attorneys have years of experience in this area and together we are a strong team who is dedicated to putting in the work that it takes for you to get the results that you deserve from your case. We work on a contingency fee basis which means we recover nothing unless you also recover. There is absolutely no obligation on your part, even if we decide to take your case.
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