February 25, 2013
A recent two-car auto crash in Auburn, Massachusetts caused several teenagers to be hospitalized with personal injuries of varying severity.
Local Auburn, Massachusetts police report that 26 year-old Tresa Sargendelli caused a car accident when she drove her automobile into the rear of a BMW being driven by a 17-year old girl. The girl had four 18 year-old passengers in her car at the time of the rear-end auto accident.
Both Sargendelli and one of the BMW passengers became trapped in their motor vehicles, and were rescued form the cars by emergency responders with the Jaws of Life.
All six people involved in the motor vehicle accident were taken to local hospital emergency rooms. Four people were taken to the UMASS memorial hospital emergency room, and two were brought to the Hubbard hospital emergency room. All of the individuals involved in the car crash are expected to survive.
Auburn police reported that the teenagers were returning from a party in Worcester, Massachusetts, but the police investigators do not believe that alcohol was a factor in the car accident.
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