MILTON (CBS) — Massachusetts State Police said a wrong-way crash on I-93 near Exit 3 in Milton left one person dead Saturday morning. A total of four cars were involved.

It unclear why one of the cars was driving northbound on the southbound side of the highway.

According to State Police, one person was ejected from their car and another was entrapped.

State Police said one person died after a wrong-way crash on I-93 (WBZ-TV)

The crash is still under investigation.

The identities of those involved have not been released at this time.

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  1. Jim Carson says:

    “According to State Police, one person was ejected from their car and another was entrapped.”

    Sorry to tell you, the word you were groping for is ‘trapped’, not “entrapped”.

    trap, trapped

    verb

    past tense: trapped; past participle: trapped
    catch (an animal) in a trap.

    Similar:

    confine
    catch
    cut off
    corner
    pin down
    drive into a corner
    pen
    hem in
    close in
    shut in
    hedge in
    imprison
    hold captive

    prevent (someone) from escaping from a place.
    “twenty workers were trapped by flames”

    have (something, typically a part of the body) held tightly by something so that it cannot move or be freed.

    “he had trapped his finger in a spring-loaded hinge”

    entrap, entrapped

    verb

    past tense: entrapped; past participle: entrapped
    catch (someone or something) in or as in a trap.
    “she was entrapped by family expectations”

    Similar words:

    trap
    snare
    ensnare
    entangle
    enmesh
    catch
    capture
    net
    bag
    hook
    land

    Opposite:
    release

    trick or deceive (someone), especially by inducing them to commit a crime in order to secure their prosecution.

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