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A Business School student and three Tufts University students were injured in a truck-car accident at Brattle Square at 3:30 p.m. yesterday.
A large truck was traveling west on Mt. Auburn St. when it collided with a car, which in turn struck the four pedestrians who were crossing Mt. Auburn towards the Brattle Walk.
The Cambridge Fire Rescue Squad administered first-aid to the victims at the scene and then took them to Mt. Auburn Hospital for treatment.
Treated were: Travis Cook, the Business School student, for injuries to the left leg and right hip; Ingrid Carlson of Tufts, for skull injuries; Nancy Rowe, also from Tufts, for chin and forehead lacerations and contusions; and Joan Synansvich of Tufts for a fractured left leg.
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