A crash with reported serious injuries occurred in Mansfield, Massachusetts on Tuesday morning. The crash was initially called in to the Mansfield Fire Department at 11:23 am. Both fire and police officials responded to the scene of the crash shortly after the dispatch call was taken. The crash took place at the intersection of Route 106 and Copeland Drive.
The crash was so severe that the Jaws of Life had to be used to remove injured victims from their cars. The crash involved two vehicles, though no details were provided on how it occurred. One of the injured victims was transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital while the other was transported to Rhode Island Hospital. Although the injuries are described a serious, police do not believe they are life-threatening. The road remained for about 30 minutes while police investigated. Shortly after noon, it was re-opened for motorists. The crash remains under investigation.