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UPDATED: Man Seriously Hurt in Monday's Crash on Spruce Street Identified

Foxborough resident John Newman of Spruce Street is the 45-year-old male operator that was Medflighted to Boston Monday after his Volvo struck a tree, according to police logs.

UPDATE (5:45 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6) - The 45-year-old man whose motor vehicle struck a tree on Spruce Street Monday night has been identified as Foxborough resident John Newman of Spruce Street, according to police logs.

Newman's condition remains unknown Tuesday after he was seriously injured in the one-car crash and Medflighted to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

Newman's reportedly crashed his 2000 Volvo into a group of trees in the area of 32 Spruce Street just after 7:30 p.m., according to Foxborough Police logs. The vehicle suffered significant damage to the driver’s side, trapping Newman. Foxborough Fire extricated Newman from the vehicle and transported him by Foxborough ambulance to Booth Fields, where he was airlifted to Boston. 

Newman was reportedly found in his vehicle unconscious with “agonal breathing” when Foxborough emergency personnel arrived on scene, according to a BNN-Rescue/Traffic report.

The accident, according to Foxborough Fire Deputy Chief Steven Bagley is under investigation.

"I have not heard anything," Bagley said in response to a question about the cause of the accident.

This article will be updated as more information becomes available.

UPDATE (8:52 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6) - The condition of the 45-year-old man whose motor vehicle struck a tree on Spruce Street Monday night remains unknown Tuesday, according to Foxborough Fire Deputy Chief Steven Bagley.

"I have not heard any follow-up from the hospital," Bagley said. "I don't know his condition as of now."

The man is believed to be a Foxborough resident, according to Bagley, but he could not confirm that information.

"That's what I heard but I have not heard any addresses," Bagley said.

Foxborough Police and Fire responded to the single-car crash in the area of 32 Spruce St. just after 7:30 p.m. Monday and worked quickly to free the man from his Volvo station wagon.

"When they got there they had to extricate," Bagley said. "It was a fairly quick extrication. The guys worked very quickly and efficiently and had the landing zone set."

The man was transported from the scene of the accident to Booth Fields near the Igo School and Medflighted to to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

"I have not heard anything," Bagley said.

This article will be updated as more information becomes available.

ORIGINAL POST - A 45-year-old male has been Medflighted to a Boston hospital after his vehicle struck a tree on Spruce Street Monday night, according to BNN-Rescue/Traffic report.  

Emergency personnel responded to the scene – 32 Spruce St. – just before 7:40 p.m. Monday and found the man trapped in his vehicle and unconscious with “agonal breathing,” according to the report.

There was reportedly significant damage to the driver’s side of the vehicle, according to the report and Medflight was requested.

Taylor School was established as the Medflight landing zone and the man, according to Foxborough Fire Chief Roger Hatfield was transported to a Boston hospital.

“It’s a bad accident,” Hatfield said. “There was one person in the vehicle and Medflight transported the individual to the hospital.”

Hatfield deferred further information regarding the accident to Foxborough Fire Deputy Chief Steven Bagley, who was on scene. Foxborough Patch has placed a call to Deputy Chief Bagley requesting more information from the incident.

Unknown at this time is the identification of the male operator, the condition of the male operator and what hospital he was transported to.

Foxborough Patch will update this story with more information as it becomes available.

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