A Watertown woman was pinned in her vehicle and suffered a serious leg injury during a three vehicle car accident in Waltham on Tuesday afternoon.
Waltham Police determined that a black Jeep was traveling south on Warren Street when it swerved and struck a white Jeep that was parked on the side of the road at 2:47 p.m. on Tuesday, according to a press release from the Waltham Police.
“The operator of the white Jeep had just exited the vehicle and was walking between her vehicle and the back of another parked vehicle. The impact pushed the white Jeep into the vehicle in front of it pinning the operator of the white Jeep,” Waltham Police said in the announcement.
The driver of the white Jeep, a 66-year-old Watertown woman, suffered “extensive leg trauma,” and she was taken to a Boston area hospital for treatment.
The driver of the black Jeep, a 42-year-old Watertown woman, had a 5-year-old child in the vehicle. Both were taken to a local hospital for treatment for minor injuries and were released, according to Waltham Police.
Names of those involved were not released.
The crash remains under investigation.