Medford, Massachusetts: Tufts University Pedestrian Injured in Crash

April 15, 2010 – A Tufts University student suffered serious personal injuries when he was struck by a vehicle as he was attempting to cross an intersection in Medford, Massachusetts. The accident occurred when the driver was trying to make a right turn from Boston Avenue onto College Avenue at around 3:45 p.m. on Saturday. The Medford Police Department and Tufts University Police Department responded to the scene.

 
The student was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital where he was treated for a broken jaw and ankle. The driver was apparently not injured during the accident.
According to the Tufts Police, the driver was a resident of Medford and was not affiliated with the school. Neither police department has released the identities of the driver or the student.
The busyness of the intersection is the likely cause of the collision, but police have not stated an official reason. The accident remains under investigation.
Source: Tufts Daily


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