Multiple people rescued after cars crash into Mass. restaurant
Two vehicles ended up overturned inside a Boston Market in Saugus
By David Cifarelli
SAUGUS, Mass. — Multiple people had to be pulled from a building after several cars crashed into a vacant Boston Market on Route 1 in Saugus Monday night, according to Saugus Firefighters Local 1003.
The crash was reported on the northbound side of Route 1 shortly after 7:20 p.m. on Nov. 27, WCVB said citing Saugus police.
Photos posted by Saugus Firefighters Local 1003 on Facebook showed at least two cars with extensive damage wedged into the building. The union said the vehicles and passengers had to be pulled from the structure.
Tonight, just after 1930, @1003Saugus and @SaugusPD started getting calls for an MVA at the old Boston Market on Route 1. Companies found not one but TWO cars rolled over into the building. 1 patient transported to the hospital, McGarveys on scene to remove the vehicles and… pic.twitter.com/gLZ4SDy5sG— Tim Gorman (@TMGormanPhotos) November 28, 2023
A 62-year-old man was said to be inside a Volvo SUV while a sedan was unoccupied, according to WCVB. At least one person was brought to the hospital, Boston25 reported.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.