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Two injured in Hudson crash
HUDSON - A three-car crash in front of the Hudson Wal-Mart sent two people to the hospital Sunday evening.
Shortly after 6 p.m., police and fire officials were called to the intersection of Walmart Boulevard and Lowell Road, ,where they discovered a Mercury Sable, Volkswagen Jetta and Ford Explorer had collided.
Police said it appeared that the first two vehicles had been attempting to turn onto Route 102 when the oncoming Ford struck them both.
Two people were injured in the crash, though police described their injuries as “non life-threatening.”
The incident remains under investigation by the Hudson Police.
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