Franklin, MA — A four-vehicle collision in Franklin, Massachusetts left three unidentified people with injuries Wednesday, August 9, 2017.
The collision happened on Interstate 495 around 11:30 p.m. Police officials claim the four-vehicle crash involved a police cruiser. However, it appears the trooper was left uninjured. According to reports, the trooper responded for a vehicle removal when his vehicle was struck from behind. The vehicle that collided with his vehicle then caught fire. Three unidentified people were left with non-life threatening injuries in the collision. The report made no mention of further injuries in the collision.
The official investigation into the incident is currently underway and may reveal more details as it concludes.
The preliminary press release provided no further information regarding the four-vehicle crash.
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