A Randolph man was arrested after he allegedly fled the scene of a car crash in Quincy early Saturday morning.

According to Quincy police, officers responded to multiple calls of a car crash at Hancock Street and East Squantum Street shortly after 1:00 a.m.

When officers arrived, they found one car was overturned and the driver was trapped.

Witnesses told poliuce a black pickup truck with heavy front end damage to the headlight and wheel had fled toward Moscow Street.

The Quincy Fire Department responded to the scene and extricated the driver of the overturned car. The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police found a truck matching the description given by witnesses at the Bank of America on Hancock Street. Officers saw a man standing in front of the bank talking on his cell phone.

Officers spoke to the man, who was identified as 43-year-old Michael O’Brien of Randolph. After speaking with O’Brien, police arrested him.

O’Brien was charged with leaving the scene of personal injury and leaving the scene of property damage.

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