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TOWNSEND — On Sunday, Feb. 5, at approximately 9:28 a.m., Townsend Fire-EMS was dispatched to the area of 26 Main Street for a report of a three-car accident. First to arrive on scene was Engine Company 3, followed by Rescue Company 1 at 9:33.

On scene, companies advised fire alarm that they had six patients and would need two additional ambulances. Townsend Medic 1 along with Townsend’s two ambulances were on scene at 9:39 and the towns of Pepperell and Groton each had a mutual aid ambulance on route, and they were on scene at 9:46.

All patients were clear of the scene and en route to Nashoba Valley Medical Center by 9:53. None of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.

Less than an hour later at 10:26, Townsend Fire-EMS was dispatched to a two car accident in the area of 276 Main Street. Townsend Rescue Company 1 was on scene less than a minute after the call and advised fire alarm they had two patients and requested two ambulances.

Both of Townsend’s ambulances responded from Nashoba Valley Medical Center to the scene. Townsend’s ambulances were loaded and en route back to Nashoba Valley Medical Center at 11:00. None of the injuries from this accident appeared to be life threatening as well.

There is no further information available at this time on either accident, according to Lt. Michael Grimley.

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