The Latest: Police say no charges filed in Boston taxi crash

The Latest: Police say no charges filed in Boston taxi crash

BOSTON – The latest taxi crash injured several pedestrians in Boston (all local times):

Police said a taxi driver who jumped a sidewalk near Boston’s Logan International Airport that hit a group of taxi drivers has not been charged in the accident.

Taxi driver’s vehicle hit people on a Monday in a taxi’s tail area. Ten people were injured. Police said all the wounded appeared to be taxi drivers.

Authorities say the driver is from Cambridge and remained on the scene. State police said the driver was questioned by state soldiers and was allowed to leave after the interview. They say there is no information to suggest that the crash was intentional.

Massachusetts state police said a taxi driver jumped into the brothel and hit a group of taxi drivers sit in a resting area, injuring 10 people near the Boston airport.

The 56-year-old taxi driver drove pedestrians in a taxi queue area Monday near Logan International Airport in East Boston.

A police officer said the accident is considered a case of operator error in which the driver treads the pedal instead of the brake. The person was not authorized to comment on the matter and spoke with The Associated Press to remain anonymous.

State police, Maj. Frank McGinn says one person was seriously injured. Three people had less severe but “significant” injuries.

State police spokesman David Procopio said there was no information to suggest that the crash was intentional.

The Massachusetts State Police said an accident that injured 10 pedestrians near the Boston airport does not appear to be an intentional act.

A police officer said the accident is considered a case of operator error in which the driver treads the pedal instead of the brake. The person was not authorized to comment on the matter and spoke with The Associated Press to remain anonymous.

The 56-year-old taxi driver hit pedestrians in a taxi queue area Monday afternoon near Boston’s Logan International Airport in the East. State police spokesman David Procopio said 10 people were injured, some seriously.

The video of the scene showed a white car with frontal support damage against a building and picnic tables nearby.

According to Procopio, according to early investigations, “there is no data to suggest that the crash was intentional.”

Massachusetts state police said a 56-year-old taxi driver who hit a group of pedestrians near the Boston airport remained on the scene and was interviewed by police.

Spokesman David Procopio said at least several people were injured, some seriously, Monday afternoon near Boston’s Logan International Airport in the East.

The video of the scene showed a white car with frontal support damage against a building and picnic tables nearby. The vehicle is surrounded by debris. Rescue teams have loaded at least one person on a stretcher.

The accident occurred in a waiting area for taxis. Procopio said the case is under investigation.

The video of the scene showed a white car with frontal support damage against a building and picnic tables nearby. The vehicle is surrounded by debris. Rescue teams have loaded at least one person on a stretcher.

Procopio said the cause of the accident is under investigation.

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