BRIDGEWATER — After dashing out of his car to help a 21-year-old woman he just struck, both a Holbrook man and the Bridgewater woman were hit by another vehicle on Route 104 in Bridgewater Wednesday around 6 p.m., police said.
Catrina Martins, a Bridgewater State University student from Ludlow, Mass., but currently residing in Bridgewater, was crossing Plymouth Street, near the intersection of Burrill Avenue when she was struck by a vehicle operated by Michael Holbrook, 29, of Holbrook.
Holbrook stopped to help Martins and while in the roadway, both he and Martins were struck by another car. Police identified the driver as Miriam Sevigny, 69, of Pembroke.
Both victims were transported to Brockton Hospital.
Martins was later transported to Tufts Medical Center in Boston where she was listed in fair condition Thursday morning.
Holbrook’s injuries were less severe and his condition is unknown at this time, police said. He has been released from Brockton Hospital.
No charges have been filed.
Police say Martins was not in a crosswalk at the time of the accident.
The accident is under investigation by Bridgewater Police Officers Robert Bailey and Joseph Demoura. An accident-reconstruction team from the Massachusetts State Police was notified.