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Woman crashes car into Wollaston T station

An elderly woman crashed her car into the Wollaston MBTA Red Line station this morning, pinning a man against a wall, police said.

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An elderly woman crashed her car into the Wollaston MBTA Red Line station this morning, pinning a man against a wall, police said.

An elderly woman crashed her car into the Wollaston MBTA Red Line station this morning, pinning a man against a wall, police said.

After the crash, the woman was unconscious and stuck in her vehicle. CPR was performed on the woman, and both she and the man were transported to Quincy Medical Center, a Quincy Fire Department dispatcher said.

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Quincy police and fire officials did not have the woman’s name or exact age. An update on their conditions was not available.

Quincy police said the MBTA would have more information on the woman, but the MBTA said it did not have the information because the crash happened outside the T station.

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No one inside the T station was injured, T spokesman Joe Pesaturo said. Quincy and Transit Police are deciding who will investigate the incident.

Red Line service was not affected, Pesaturo said.

Melissa Hanson can be reached at melissa.hanson@globe.com or on Twitter @Melissa__Hanson
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