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December 10, 2013

Medic injured when struck by car after football game

The medic was among emergency responders attempting to help a man who had fallen down an embankment on a highway

By EMS1 Staff

FOXBORO, Mass. — A paramedic was injured after being struck by a vehicle following Sunday’s Patriots-Browns game at Gillette Stadium.

The Sun Chronicle reported that the paramedic, who was among emergency responders attempting to help a man who had fallen down an embankment on a highway, was taken to a hospital where he was treated and released.

The crash happened about an hour after the end of the game, according to the report.

Fire Chief Roger Hatfield reminded motorists to slow down and move over any time they encounter emergency vehicles along the roadway, according to the report.

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