Friday, July 7, 2017

Taxi, out of control, injures 10

10 Injured After Cab Hits Pedestrians
at Logan Airport in East Boston
By Mike Pescaro and Caroline Connolly

A taxi crashed into a group of pedestrians Monday at Logan International Airport in
East Boston, injuring 10 other cab drivers, according to Massachusetts State Police.
The driver, 56-year-old Lutant Clenord of Cambridge, is employed by Metro Cab.
He remained on the scene and is cooperating with police.
Clenord tells NBC Boston it was an accident, and that there was some kind of
mechanical problem with his car that caused it.
In 23 years of driving a cab, Clenord says he has never experienced anything like
this. He says as he was pulling into the taxi pool, his car suddenly accelerated and
the brake would not work, appearing to be stuck.