WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — One occupant of a car involved in a single-car accident on Hopper Road was airlifted to a regional hospital on Thursday afternoon.
The injured party was a student at Mount Greylock Regional School, and school officials are doing their best to notify members of the school community, Mount Greylock's interim superintendent said on Thursday night.
"We are aware students and families are anxious and are working as a school community to make sure we have students supported as they enter school tomorrow," Kimberley Grady said.
"[Principal Mary [MacDonald] has reached out to families, staff and coaches so that we have everyone ready to help students tomorrow."
Grady said another student involved in the accident was treated and released from Berkshire Medical Center.
She was not at liberty to reveal the names or ages of the students involved.
Williamstown Police on Thursday night referred questions to the state police, who responded to the scene, and the district attorney's office.
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