Two Injured after Car Crashes into MBTA Station in Quincy, Massachusetts.

Two people were injured on Thursday, November 7, 2013 after an elderly woman apparently lost consciousness while driving and her car careened down the stairs at the Wollaston Red Line MBTA station in Quincy, Massachusetts.

The motor vehicle accident occurred at around 11 a.m. this past Thursday, November 7, 2013.  The car, a brown Toyota Camry, went down four steps at the station before coming to a stop.

A pedestrian was struck by out-of-control vehicle and had to be taken to the emergency room of a nearby hospital, according to Quincy Fire Lieutenant Michael Palaza. The driver of the vehicle, a 78 year-old woman, was also taken to the hospital with personal injuries.  The names of the driver and the injured pedestrian have not been released.

Quincy law enforcement authorities are investigating the circumstances of the motor vehicle accident, but believe that the auto crash was a result of a medical condition suffered by the driver of the Camry.

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