A two-car crash on the F.E. Everett Turnpike recently had traffic backed up in all three lanes, but spared the drivers any life-threatening injuries, according to a recent article in the Nashua Telegraph.
The accident occurred during a weekday evening’s prime commuting hours. According to police, the accident involved a car that had stopped in the median near Exit 2, apparently because it was having mechanical troubles. That car was rear-ended by another car coming down the turnpike. A third vehicle might also have been involved in the crash, but police have not come to any conclusions yet.
Both drivers involved in the rear-end crash managed to walk away from the scene, though the full extent of their injuries is still unknown. Immediately after the accident, several other drivers stopped to help, which slowed traffic on the turnpike and made the accident scene look as if it involved many more drivers than just the two who actually crashed, according to the Nashua Telegraph. Drivers trying to get around rescue vehicles to the right of the crash and trying to get off the turnpike to the left also slowed traffic.
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