State Police Investigating Serious Injury Crash in Randolph

At 5:43 AM patrols out of the State Police-Milton Barracks responded to Route 93 NB/Route 1 SB in Randolph (near the Canton line) at the ramp to Route 24 south in Randolph for a serious crash involving a van that caused life-threatening injuries to one man and serious injuries to three other occupants.

The single-vehicle crash involved a 2019 Dodge van owned by Enterprise Fleet Management with five occupants total. Responding Troopers found that the van had gone over the guardrail and, along with Randolph Fire and EMS, as well as a passing Good Samaritan who stopped to assist, began performing emergency medical aid.

Four occupants were transported to Boston Medical Center with serious injuries:

  • a 23-year-old South Windsor, Conn., man, who was driving the van;
  • a 27-year-old New Britain, Conn., man;
  • a 32-year-old New Britain, Conn., woman;
  • and a 29-year-old Connecticut man.

A fifth occupant, a 30-year-old woman from Vernon, Conn., was transported to BMC with minor injuries.

The Good Samaritan who stopped at the scene to assist with medical aid was a volunteer firefighter and a dispatcher for Brewster Ambulance. The occupants of the van are employees of a company that provides inventory services to other businesses. They were enroute to a job site at the time of the crash.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation by the State Police-Milton Barracks, State Police Troop H detectives, the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, and the State Police Crime Scene Services Section.

The crash resulted in the right lane being closed at the scene until 9:30 a.m.