BOSTON (AP) — A car has jumped a curb in the arrivals area of a Logan International Airport terminal and injured three people.
Massachusetts Port Authority spokesman Matthew Brelis says the people were taken from Terminal C to hospitals on Wednesday afternoon. He doesn’t know how badly injured they were but says they were conscious.
State police say a 53-year-old North Andover woman pulled up to the passenger pickup lane in a 1995 black Lexus sedan and stopped. They say the car later went over the curb and hit the pedestrians.
Those victims have been identified as Hoah Ngo, 61; Kayla Brown, 25; and Joanne Kemp, 62.
Police say they’re investigating what happened.
Boston Logan International Airport is the biggest transportation center in New England, handling tens of millions of passengers each year.