WESTBOROUGH – Three people have been hospitalized after a three-vehicle accident on East Main Street just before noon on Monday, according to Westborough Police.
According to Westborough Fire Capt. Bob Rand, two females and one male were removed the scene via ambulance with injuries ranging from “minor to serious.” Police say said one operator had multiple injuries.
The accident, which caused extensive damage to the vehicles with front and side curtain air bags deployed, occurred in front of the Westborough Plaza at 50 East Main St. at Colonial Drive.
Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon said that Stephen Hulbert, 57, of Westborough was driving a 2007 Chevy Trailblazer heading east on East Main Street. After passing under a railroad bridge, the vehicle apparently crossed the center line and struck a 2010 Acura MDX driven by Chris Ann McCarty, 43, of Westborough, and a 2007 Toyota driven by Linda Jean Hall, 56, of Leominster. Hulbert’s vehicle then came to rest in the westbound lane.
Police said that is appeared to witnesses that Hulbert may have been experiencing a medical condition prior to the accident.
Hulbert was treated at the scene by Westborough Fire Paramedics for non-life threatening injuries and transported to U. Mass Medical.
McCarthy and Hall were treated at the scene by paramedics from the Westborough and Northborough Fire Departments and then transported to Marlborough Hospital by Northborough Ambulance.
Westbound traffic was diverted through the plaza parking lot as all three vehicles were hauled away.
The accident is being investigated by Westborough Patrolman Jeffrey Keaveney.