Update on Two Upper Cape Tech Students Critically Injured in Tuesday Morning Crash

Both boys reported out of surgery and in critical condition...
Two teens in this Toyota Tacoma were transported to Hasbro Children's Hospital in Rhode Island following a Tuesday morning crash on icy roads in Bourne. Both are now reported out of surgery and in critical condition. (Bourne Police photo)

Bourne, MA - Two brothers, ages 14 and 17, suffered critical, life-threatening injuries Tuesday morning when their pickup crashed sideways into a tree on icy roads. The crash happened on Route 28 north of Barlow's Landing Road. The brothers are in their freshman and senior years at Upper Cape Regional Technical High School.  They are being treated as Hasbro Children's Hospital in Rhode Island.

Upper Cape Tech posted the following message on their Facebook page this afternoon: "We wanted to provide an update on the two UCT students injured in this morning's motor vehicle accident; both boys are out of surgery and in the intensive care unit. They are still listed as in critical condition but are stable. We continue to have positive thoughts for their full recovery. We will update this page as information becomes available."

Bourne Police report the crash happened around 7:19 a.m.  Both victims had to be extricated from the wrecked Toyota Tacoma by Bourne firefighters using mechanical means.

See the original report under the Related Content link below.


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