[Update, 4:40 p.m.] At 1:23 Friday afternoon, Weston Police Officer Daniel Costa came across a three-car collision during his patrol.
The collision, at Route 30 and Oak Street, had two individuals trapped in a vehicle, according to Weston Police Lt. John Lyons.
Lyons said the Weston Fire Department responded and extracted the individuals from the vehicle using the Jaws of Life. A Wayland Advanced Life Support (ALS) unit also responded and the individuals were transported to the hospital.
The accident remains under investigation.
[Update, 3:35 p.m.] The Weston Fire Department Facebook page features an image from the accident. The mangled vehicle was apparently involved in a "high-speed head-on collision."
"This is a reminder to stay off the roads [as] they are extremely dangerous!" reads the Facebook post. "If you must go out please take it slow! This was a high speed head on collision on Rt30 with double entrapment!"
[Original post] A three-car accident at South Avenue and Oak Street has Weston Fire working to free two individuals.
According to Weston's dispatch center, two of the three cars involved carried only their drivers, but the third car carried a driver and passenger, who became trapped in the crash.
No information about the individuals involved is available at this time.
Emergency personnel were still on the scene as of 1:50 p.m.