Onset crash sends Jeep into marsh, victims to hospital

May 15, 2018
Photo by: Matthew Bernat Marc's Towing employees remove a Jeep from a marsh in Onset Tuesday evening.

Two people were taken to Rhode Island Hospital after a Jeep crashed into a marsh where North Boulevard meets Camp Street in Onset on Tuesday.

According to emergency broadcasts, the crash occurred just before 5 p.m. Reports stated that a man was driving and a woman was thrown from the car. The Jeep crashed through a fence and came to a rest in a creek about 40 yards from the street.

Wareham Police and Onset firefighters responded. The Jeep was towed from the marsh.

The cause of the crash and the victims' conditions are unknown at this time.

The Jeep is removed from the marsh. (Photo by: Matthew Bernat)
Officials inspect the Jeep. (Photo by: Lisa Morales)
Comments (2)
Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | May 15, 2018 20:00

Interesting predicament...curious how such a mishap occurred.  I hope everyone’s ok.

 

That’s the infamous Marc, owner of Marc’s Towing, on the left in the first picture.  He’s got a large staff but must still come out himself for the tricky interesting ones.



Posted by: Rjnjr09 | May 16, 2018 07:49

As a former employee of Marc and great family friend, he is on the road everyday making sure everything is running smooth. Not a better operator in town.



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