4 People Thrown From Car as It Rolls Over in Quincy, Bursts Into Flames

One person was treated at South Shore Hospital and released; another is in stable condition at South Shore Hospital, and two more are at Boston Medical Center with serious injuries, Quincy police said

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Police and fire crews were at the scene of a car that drove off the road in Quincy, Massachusetts, rolled down an embankment and burst into flames on Monday morning.

A preliminary investigation reveals the vehicle was traveling down Ricciuti Drive shortly after 6 a.m. when it struck the curb, went airborne and rolled several times down a large hill, ejecting four people from the car. Police said the car landed on its roof just feet from Interstate 93 south before catching fire.

Two people were taken to South Shore Hospital where one person is in stable condition and the other was treated and released, police said.

Two others were taken to Boston Medical Center with serious injuries, police added.

Traffic on I-93 is slow but is getting by in the area of the crash.

An investigation into the crash is ongoing by the Quincy police. Anyone with information is asked to call the department at 617-479-1212.

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