CARVER — A Wareham woman and a Carver woman suffered serious injuries and had to be extricated from their respective vehicles following a crash Saturday afternoon, police said.
About 3 p.m., Carver Police, Fire and EMS personnel responded to the area of 77 Tremont St., Carver for a head-on collision with possible entrapment, according to a news release from Carver Police Chief Marc Duphily.
Upon arrival, responders found a 2008 Nissan Maxima, operated by a 54-year-old Wareham woman, had crossed over the center line and collided with a 2004 Lexus SUV, operated by a 65-year-old Carver woman, according to the news release. The names of the women were not released.
Carver EMS transported one woman to South Shore Hospital and the other was transported by Med Flight helicopter. It was not specified which driver was transported where. The conditions of both women are unknown, Duphily said.
The cause of the collision is under investigation by the Carver Police Department with assistance from the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation. Plymouth Police Department also assisted at the scene. More information may be released at the conclusion of the investigation, Duphily said.
Tremont Street was closed for approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes.
— Aimee Chiavaroli