Boston Medical Center remains treating Epping car crash victims

2 Boston area injured automobile passengers remain hospitalized.

Boston, MA(–An automobile accident, that involved the drivers of a Honda Civic and a Ford Explorer SUV, on April 16, in Epping, seriously injured one driver and two passengers. All three injured victims were transported by medical helicopter to Boston Medical Center at the time of the motor vehicle collision (MVC). As reported by Seacoast, the driver of the car was treated and released by medical professional earlier this week. The remaining two hospitalized victims are still being treated by doctors and nurses at Boston Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital.

According to officers with the Epping Police Department, the driver of the Honda Civic, 28 year-old Phanlop Cherdchid, of Dover, failed to yield at the stop sign on Route 87/Hedding Road. Cherdchid collided with the SUV driver, Karen Boone, a 49 year-old female from Hampstead. The car crash caused injuries to himself and his two passengers at the intersection of Route 125 and Route 87. The SUV driver and her passengers suffered non-life threatening injuries. news for Massachusetts automobile accident cases.

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