BOSTON (CBS) – Two women were hospitalized after they were hit by a vehicle near Beacon and Mountfourt Streets in Boston on Sunday morning.

Police said a 24-year-old woman and a 26-year-old woman were treated at area hospitals for non-life threatening injuries.

Sources said the women were hit by a taxi cab, and the cab driver remained on scene to aid the victims.

The cause of the accident is under investigation. Police said no charged have been filed against the driver.

Comments (2)
  1. BILL says:

    I have watch cabs run red light and more . they think they run yhe roads in the city and can get a way with it . That way I give them no help or stuff like yhat

  2. Alex says:

    I know the Beacon-Mountfort intersection well. It can be quite dangerous, especially if you are trying to make a left turn onto Mountfort from Beacon as you’re going towards Kenmore Square. Your view of oncoming traffic is obscured by the rise in the street as it goes over the Mass Pike, which is so close to the intersection that if you see the car coming, it’s already too close for you to make the turn. So basically you have to wait until you can’t see any cars coming, and then gun it before the next car comes over the bridge. My guess is the cabbie was doing that as the girls crossed the street right in front of him, and didn’t have time to stop…

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