WCVB reports the crash happened on I-93 northbound near Mass. Ave. around 5:10 a.m. State Police reported the two lanes that were shut after the crash re-opened around 5:45 a.m.
I hope these motorists were wearing a seat belt. More than half the drivers I see on the streets are not wearing seat belts. Cars are equipped with safety gear and drivers must pass a test to drive safely. Even though its against the law to use your phone or speed while driving, it is never enforced by police. It seems like its a free for all. Everyone on the road need to have safety equipment-- lights, helmets, horns. Additionally, I am totally concerned about both drugged and distracted driving. Until there are requirements that are enforced, Boston is not a safe city due to motorists. I have motorists in my family. When something happens to a motorist, it is personal.
I always wear my helmet when I drive my car into the city. Ironically enough, I seem to be the only one in my circle of friends who gets pulled over and forced to take a field sobriety test on a very regular basis.
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