The crash took place at approximately 3:55 a.m. Sunday on the ramp which runs from Interstate 95 to Route 128 North.
Three Brockton men, the 34-year-old driver and 22-year-old and 24 year-old passengers, were trapped inside the 2000 Toyota Camry. Two passengers, a 23-year-old Bridgewater man and a 21-year-old Brockton man were ejected from the vehicle, state police said.
The 24-year-old Brockton man and the Bridgewater man were flown by medical helicopter to Boston Medical Center.
The driver and a 22-year-old passenger were taken by ambulance to Massachusetts General Hospital, and the 21-year-old Brockton man who had been ejected from the car was taken by Ambulance to Boston Medial Center, state police said.
The Bridgewater man is reported in fair condition and the four Brockton men in stable condition at their respective hospitals.
State police said in a statement a preliminary investigation indicates excessive speed was likely a factor. The cause of the crash remains under investigation by Trooper Brian Mahoney and the members of the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section of the state police,
No charges have been filed as of this time, state police said.
In addition to troopers from the Foxboro and Framingham barracks. fire and emergency medical personnel from Westwood, Canton, Randolph and Milton responded to the scene In addition to the collision analysis unit, state troopers from the Norfolk County District Attorney’s office and crime scene services unit assisted at the scene.
The ramp was closed for nearly 90 minutes following the crash, state police said.