Two Seriously Injured in Chain Reaction Collision on I-95

Massachusetts (December, 01 2011)  A rear-end crash involving two cars and a Tour bus closed I-95 north in Norwood.  According to the Massachusetts State Police, the crash happened at 11:52 a.m.  near Exit 11B. 

A 68 year-old man driving a 2011 Lexus RX350 rear-ended a 1992 Toyota Celica.  The force of the impact pushed the car into the back of a Brush Hill tour bus, driven by Noel Sancho.  The Lexus then went off the side of the road.  The Toyota sustained extensive damage to its front and rear.

The unidentified driver of the Toyota was seriously injured and airlifted to the Beth Israel Hospital.  The 68 year-old male driver of the Lexus also sustained serious injuries and was transported by ambulance to Norwood Hospital.  Noel Sancho was not injured.

Traffic was brought to a standstill, as authorities closed all northbound traffic to make room for the helicopter to land.

All northbound lanes were re-opened at 1:42 p.m, as crews worked to clean up a fuel spill and debris from the wreck. Massachusetts State Police are investigating the cause of the accident.

One Thought on “Two Seriously Injured in Chain Reaction Collision on I-95

  1. Mike O'keefe on December 1, 2011 at 4:15 pm said:

    I was stuck in the traffic and wondered what was happening. Traffic was not moving at all for a while. My thoughts and prayers are with the people that were injured.

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