Swampscott accident being investigated

Massachusetts State Police are now handling the investigation of a single vehicle crash in Swampscott.
On Saturday, Sept. 14 at approximately 12:56 a.m., the Swampscott Police were notified of a car accident in front of 20 Stetson Ave. According to reports, a white Chrysler 300 struck the granite wall of an abandoned railroad trestle, causing the vehicle to catch fire.

According to State Police spokesperson David Procopio, the four occupants of the vehicle exited the car on their own, or were pulled to safety by bystanders.

The driver, Daniel Madigan-Fried, 24, of Swampscott, was transported by ambulance to Salem Hospital for treatment of serious, but not life threatening injuries, Procopio said. One of the backseat passengers, Colin Dejoy, 24, of Swampscott, was also transported by ambulance to Salem Hospital for serious, but not life threatening injuries, Procopio said.

The other backseat passenger, Thomas Joseph Dejoy, 26, of Marblehead, was transported by ambulance to a Salem Hospital. He was later moved to Massachusetts General Hospital for treatment of life threatening injuries, Procopio said.
Many factors such as excessive speed, sleepiness, carelessness or distraction from cell phone use or texting while driving can contribute to losing control of a vehicle. Additionally, a driver under the influence of alcohol or other substances can lead to serious accidents.

The attorneys at Curran & Desharnais, P.C. hope for your safety. But if you find yourself in a situation where you require legal representation, contact us. We provide experienced representation for people who have been injured in accidents throughout Massachusetts & the Greater Boston area.Call the Greater Boston Personal Injury Attorneys at the Law Office of Curran & Desharnais, P.C. Today at 781-618-3197 or 1-888-682-9194 or email Attorney Curran directly at jkcurran@verizon.net.

Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury, wrongful death

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