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Massachusetts car accident leaves 2 people injured

Car accidents can be awful enough if only one or two cars are involved, but if more than two cars are tangled up in the accident, the outcome can be even worse. The injuries that are the result of accidents of this nature can often be very severe or even deadly. One recent car accident in Massachusetts left two people injured.

The accident involved three cars and occurred on Nov. 18. The two people who were injured in the accident were 34 years old and 24 years old. Both men were taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries that they suffered because of the accident. The third driver, a 60-year-old man, was not injured in the collision.

The accident caused traffic to slow to a crawl for a short period of time until around 8 a.m. when the accident was finally cleaned up. The collision is still under investigation by Massachusetts police, and it is not clear whether any citations will be issued. The condition of the two victims who suffered injuries in this collision is not known at this time.

Once investigations are completed, the victims of the car accident may be able to seek compensation for the damages caused by the accident. Compensation could be used to repair these damages, whether they are to the person or their vehicle. This could allow the Massachusetts victims to return to normal life as soon as possible by helping them recover if they suffered physical injuries or helping with any expenses that were caused by the collision.

Source: Taunton Daily Gazette, Two injured in three-car crash on Route 24 in Bridgewater, Benjamin Paulin, Nov. 18, 2013

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