Taxi Crashes Into Group Of Pedestrians In East Boston; Several Injured

Taxi Crashes Into Group Of Pedestrians In East Boston; Several Injured

A taxi has hit several pedestrians near Boston airport in the USA, leaving a number of people with injuries, police have said.

The driver had no known history of violations and is cooperating with police, McGinn said. Three other victims suffered injuries that are considered less serious, but still significant, while six more sustained more minor injuries.

Police said some of those who have been injured have been seriously hurt.

The incident occurred at 1:44 ET at the taxi pool of Logan International Airport the Massachusetts State Police said.

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Boston police, Boston firefighters, and Boston EMS workers are also at the scene, State Police said.

Several injuries of varying severity were reported, state police said.

Gephardt Daily will update this developing story as information becomes available.

Multiple law enforcement sources say the incident is being investigated as an accident, CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.

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