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Snowstorm Being Blamed for Mass Pike Crash

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    The crash involved a tanker truck, 2 other cars; 2 people have been taken to the hospital (Published Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014)

    UPDATE (5:49 p.m.): According to Mass. State Police, three people were taken to the Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick and all injuries are minor. State police say one driver from one vehicle was transported and two people from another vehicle were transported. The driver of the tanker wasn't taken to the hospital.

    (NECN: Josh Brogadir, Framingham, Mass.) - Tuesday's snow storm is being blamed for a crash involving a tanker truck and two other cars that shut down the Massachusetts Turnpike for a short time near Framingham.

    The crash occurred on the Mass Pike going westbound. Mass. State Police says two people were taken to the hospital following the crash; however, their conditions are unknown at this time.

    According to the state police, the crash happened around mile marker 115. During the time all westbound lanes were closed, traffic was being diverted to through Natick at Exit 13.

    According to state police, once all westbound lanes were cleared, there was a traffic backup that stretched about 10 miles.

    Josh Brogadir has more on the story in the attached video.