Marshfield, Massachusetts – A large military vehicle crash has caused the closure of Plain Street in Marshfield. State and local police have initiated an investigation into the incident, which appears to involve a military vehicle.
The crash occurred around 11 a.m. on Plain Street near Flaggler and Old Plain streets. Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered a wrecked passenger vehicle in the middle of the roadway and a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicle parked to the side of the crash.
The MRAP, a military vehicle designed to protect soldiers from roadside improvised explosive devices (IEDs), was photographed by state police detectives. Notably, spraypainted markings were observed on the pavement underneath the vehicle’s tires.
Marshfield police promptly closed Plain Street between Flaggler and Old Plain Street and advised drivers to seek alternate routes. The closure is expected to last for several hours as authorities work to resolve the aftermath of the incident.
At this time, there is no information available regarding the extent of injuries sustained by those involved in the crash. Boston 25 News has reached out to local authorities for further details.
In summary, Plain Street in Marshfield remains closed following a large military vehicle crash. State and local police are currently conducting an investigation into the incident, which involved a wrecked passenger vehicle and an MRAP. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.