Three people were hospitalized early Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash in Avon, Massachusetts.
State police said the crash happened at just after 2 a.m., just prior to Harrison Boulevard.
When first responders got to the scene, authorities said a 23-year-old woman, believed to be a passenger, had been ejected.
She was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital by medical helicopter.
Another woman, believed to be driving, was taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton by ambulance.
The extent of their injuries is unknown.
A preliminary investigation suggests that following an impact with another vehicle, the vehicle traveled off the road where it struck trees and a utility pole.
Police said the victim in the second vehicle was taken to an area hospital where his condition is unclear.
Route 24 northbound, between exits 18 and 19, had been closed for more than four hours while National Grid worked to lift the utility pole and live wires off the vehicle. At one point, the entire roadway was shut down due to the severity of the crash.
The exact cause of the crash remains under investigation by Massachusetts State Police with assistance from the MSP Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section and the MSP Crime Scene Services Section.