WILMINGTON -- A four-car crash on Interstate 93 southbound left a woman with serious injuries early Sunday morning, according to State Police.
A 28-year-old woman from Dorchester was transported to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center after the accident, which was reported about 1:23 a.m.
Injuries were not reported for the drivers of the other three vehicles involved in the accident near exit 38. Those drivers are a 41-year-old man from Burke, N.Y., driving a 2004 GMC Sierra pickup truck; a 30-year-old man from Woburn driving a 2014 vehicle, for which State Police did not have further details; and a 30-year-old man from Roxbury driving a 2005 Ford Escape.
"They did call out accident reconstruction and crime scene because of the serious injury," State Police Sgt. Paul Sullivan said. "They cleared at 4:15 a.m."
The right two lanes of the I-93 south were reopened at 2:45 a.m., and all lanes were open to traffic when crews cleared the scene.
According to Sullivan, State Police from the Andover Barracks responded to the crash, along with Wilmington police, Accident Reconstruction, Crime Scene Services, the Department of Transportation and Action Ambulance, which is based in Wilmington.
The cause of the accident remained under investigation Sunday morning.
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