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Massachusetts Fire Department, EMS, med-flight, respond to vehicle that crashes into building

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“At 12:43 am on Saturday, the Falmouth Fire Rescue Department was dispatched to the area of Clinton Ave and Swing Lane for a report of a motor vehicle crash with injuries.

Units arrived to find a single vehicle struck a building with extensive damage to both the building and the vehicle. Falmouth Inspectional Services were requested to the scene due to the extensive damage to the building. Boston MedFlight requested to the helipad at Falmouth Hospital.

Two male victims in their twenties were extricated from the vehicle. One victim was transported to the helipad at Falmouth Hospital where care was transferred to the Boston Med Flight crew. The victim was flown to an area trauma center in Rhode Island with serious injuries.

The second victim was transported to Falmouth Hospital with what appeared to be non-life-threatening injuries. The Town Electrical Inspector arrived and secured power to the affected area of the building.

Units remained on location while the vehicle was removed. The scene was turned over to the Falmouth Police Department. The crash remains under investigation by Falmouth Police Department as well.” -Falmouth Fire/Rescue.


Falmouth Fire/Rescue photo.


Falmouth Fire/Rescue photo.

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