A Randolph man lost his arm in a single-vehicle crash in Canton, Massachusetts, early Thursday morning, according to police.
State police troopers responded to a crash around 1:25 a.m. on the ramp from Interstate 95 north to Rt. 128 north in Canton. Police said they found the driver of the 2012 Toyota Camry, a 28-year-old Randolph man, with serious injuries, including a severed left arm.
A trooper applied a tourniquet to the victim, who was transported to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. Emergency personnel located the victim’s detached arm and rushed it to the hospital as well, police said.
A 23-year-old Randolph woman was also in the vehicle, but was uninjured in the crash, according to police.
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Police believe the driver failed to negotiate the ramp’s curve and drove off the left edge of the road. Police said the car struck a guardrail, then traveled back across the road, where it struck another guardrail along the opposite edge of the road.
The crash is still under investigation, police said.