The driver was taken to the hospital. There is no word on his condition.
A truck driver traveling south on West Street in Attleboro lost control of the vehicle before it rolled over Thursday afternoon at approximately 4 p.m., a witness said. Attleboro resident Kevin Klegraefe told Attleboro Patch that it was a single-vehicle crash and the driver climbed out of the passenger side door with the assistance of a passerby. Once first responders arrived, he was taken to the hospital by an ambulance, Klegraefe said. There is no further word on his condition. Patch contacted the Attleboro Police Department and no one was available for comment.
Several special needs students were injured during a crash in Foxborough.
A serious car crash involving a special needs van occurred shortly after 1:00 p.m. on Route 140 near Foxfield Plaza Friday, May 13. A special needs van carrying five autistic adults and two staff members from Amego Inc., a private school serving the autistic in Attleboro, crashed into a utility pole. The crash caused the utility pole to snap, sending live electric wires on the road near the accident. A medical helicopter was dispatched to the scene. The medical helicopter landed at the Igo School, where one staff member was taken to Boston Medical Center with a serious leg injury. Foxborough officials reported that it took at least 40 minutes to extricate that staff member who was trapped under the vehicle after partial ejection. The …