Woman, child extricated from wreckage after fallen tree smashes car to pieces in Milton

MILTON, MASS. (WHDH) - A woman and a four-year-old child were extricated from the wreckage of the vehicle they were riding in after a massive tree toppled over and smashed it to pieces in Milton on Monday, officials said.

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Officers responding to the area of Randolph Avenue near Brook Road and Adams Street around 11:35 a.m. found a white sedan that had its door torn off and several tree branches piled up on the street.

Photos shared by the Milton Police Department showed the car door resting against a tree trunk in the middle of the street.

Crews had to use the Jaws of Life to pull both victims from the vehicle. No serious injuries were reported.

A utility pole was also ripped out of the sidewalk and power lines were knocked to the ground.

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Motorists are urged to avoid the area until further notice.

Parts of the town could be without power as repairs are made.

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