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.

Read: Boy, 4, Is Fatally Struck by Van After Wandering From Florida Hotel While Parents Slept

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.

MSP, @bostonpolice, @BostonFire, @BOSTON_EMS onscene. Preliminary reports indicate several pedestrians with injuries, varying severity.

— Mass State Police (@MassStatePolice) July 3, 2017

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. 

Read: Man Tries to Rob a Taxi Cab Just As A Cop Pulls Up Behind

Injuries range in severity from serious to minor, authorities reported.

This is a breaking story. Click here for updates.

Watch: Pilot Tells Passengers to 'Pray' During Shaky Flight That Was 'Like Being in a Washing Machine'