FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Fire and Mass State Police responded to a rollover crash last night, October 27, on the Mass Pike in Framingham.
Framingham Fire engine 4, Rescue 1, Ambulance 1 and Ambulance 5, along with fire command, responded to the Mass Pike Westbound lane around 7:30 p.m. at mile marker 115.6 for a 2-vehicle crash, with rollover, said Framingham Fire Chief Michael Dutcher.
Upon arrival, Engine 5 established Mass Pike command and verified that all persons were out of the vehicles and accounted for, said Chief Dutcher.
Rescue 1 ensured rollover vehicle was stable and safe, while the staff on the two Brewster ambulances evaluated multiple patients, said the Chief.
Firefighters found a Ford work van, on its driver’s side and multiple airbags deployed (drivers, passenger and side curtains), said Chief Dutcher.
Brewster Ambulance staff evaluated 3 male patients from the Ford van. All refused assistance, said the fire report.
A Toyota sedan was side swiped on its passenger side, according to the fire report.
Ambulance staff evaluated one adult female patient complaining of slight neck pain, but she refused transport to a hospital, said Chief Dutcher.
The Mass Pike was closed for a while until the crash scene was cleaned up and vehicles towed, said the Fire Chief.