An apparent hit-and-run accident Sunday night in Stoughton sent three to the hospital, including one who was transported to Boston via MedFlight with serious injuries, according to fire and police officials.
The Stoughton and Departments responded to the intersection of Washington and Central Streets in Stoughton shortly after 8 p.m. on July 8 for a hit-and-run accident.
A vehicle took off after hitting a four-door Honda sedan at the intersection, Captain Scott Breen of the SFD said.
The incident remains an ongoing investigation, SPD Officer Joseph DeSousa said.
There were three people in the Honda, Breen said.
A male passenger and female passenger were able to self-extricate from the vehicle and were transported to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton with minor injuries.
But, the driver, a male, was extricated from the car using the Jaws of Life, since there was heavy damage to the driver's side door, according to Breen.
The driver was the transported to Stoughton High School, which was used as a MedFlight landing zone. He was then taken to a hospital in Boston via MedFlight, Breen said.