A crash involving a motorcycle early Thursday evening on Route 3 in Duxbury, Massachusetts, required a medical helicopter to be summoned to the scene.
A person suffered serious injury and had to be flown to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston after the crash on Route 3 south, near mile marker 22, fire and transportation officials said.
A spokesperson for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation reported multiple vehicles were involved in the crash, while the Duxbury Fire Department said on Twitter only that it had responded to a motorcycle accident in the area.
It's not clear at this time how many vehicles were involved in the incident that occurred shortly after 4 p.m.
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Fire officials did not immediately provide an update on the victim's condition.
Route 3 at Exit 22 was closed while medflight landed but it has since reopened, the fire department said.
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The Pembroke Fire Department assisted with the crash, as Duxbury firefighters were already on scene at another motor vehicle accident on Tremont Street.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.