Bridgewater: 10 Injured in Two-Car Crash

By Erin Dale

A two-car crash in Bridgewater left 10 people injured.

Bridgewater Police said they responded to several 911 around 6 p.m. Thursday (June 25) regarding the crash at 576 Vernon Street.

Brian Gourgue of Marlborough was allegedly driving a pickup truck with three children inside – ages 10, nine and six – when police say he turned left and cut in front of another vehicle while pulling into a driveway.

His car collided with a Ford Explorer driven by Suzanne Keith of Bridgewater, who had five passengers in her car.

All 10 people in both vehicles suffered non-life threatening injuries and were transported to area hospitals.

However, due to the need for multiple ambulances, police were calling it a mass-casualty incident, with mutual aid from Raynham, East Bridgewater, West Bridgewater, Easton, Halifax and Norton. Patients were taken to Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital, Good Samartan Hospital in Brockton and Morton Hospital in Taunton.

Bridgewater Police Chief Thomas Schlatz said Gourgue was cited with failure to stay in marked lanes, failure to use a turn signal, failure …read more

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