Boston, MA-- A cab driver plowed over pedestrians at Logan Airport taxi base on Monday afternoon. 10 individuals are supposedly injured.
CBS Boston reports: Sources inform WBZ-TV chief investigative press reporter Cheryl Fiandaca that a 57-year-old Cambridge cab driver lost control of his taxi and increased onto a break area where numerous taxi driver were standing on break.
The chauffeur is complying with investigators, sources said. At this moment, police do not believe the crash was intentional. Other cab driver at the scene described the taxi shooting forward at a high rate of speed.Police are not releasing the chauffeur's identity at this time.
The injuries range from serious to minor, police said.The cab pool is closed while the cause of the crash is still under examination, inning accordance with Massachusetts State Police.Story still establishing. Updates will be posted as they become available. DEVELOPING-- Units on scene, automobile into a group of pedestrians, Porter St at Tomahawk Motorist, East Boston, near Logan taxi pool. Injuries.--
Mass State Authorities(@MassStatePolice) July 3, 2017 DEVELOPING: Injuries reported after car strikes pedestrians in Boston near Logan International Airport. pic.twitter.com/qGQsbTFJ63!.?.!— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) July 3, 2017