4 seriously injured in fiery single-vehicle rollover crash in Brockton

Cody Shepard
The Enterprise

BROCKTON — Four people were seriously injured in a fiery single-vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon, police said.

Police and firefighters responded to the area of 260 Belair St. about 1:47 p.m. after receiving reports of a crash.

"All victims were inside a Mercedes sedan that was traveling northbound on Belair when the driver lost control," police spokesperson Darren Duarte said. "The vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant and hit two trees before rolling over."

Four people were seriously injured in a rollover crash near 260 Belair St. in Brockton on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2024. One of the victims was flown by medical helicopter to a Boston hospital.

The sedan caught on fire, but Duarte said all four occupants were out of the vehicle before the blaze.

All four people who were in the vehicle were hospitalized with serious injuries, Duarte said. It's not clear if any of the injuries are life-threatening.

Two victims each were taken by ambulance to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton and South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. One of the victims was later flown by medical helicopter from Brockton to a Boston hospital.

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