Several Injuries Reported After Taxi Crashes Into Pedestrians at Boston's Logan Airport: Authorities
Massachusetts State Police reported various injuries, ranging in severity.
Ten people have been injured after a taxi drove into a crowd of pedestrians at Boston’s Logan International Airport, authorities said.
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The crash, believed to be an accident, occurred at approximately 1:40 p.m. near the airport's taxi area, where mainly cab drivers would be present, Massachusetts State Police tweeted Monday.
Initial photographs from the scene showed the cab had crashed into an outdoor eating area.
The 56-year-old taxi driver from Cambridge was questioned following the incident, and authorities are continuing to investigate the cause of the crash, according to State Police.
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Injuries range in severity from serious to minor, authorities reported.
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