Many of the passengers reportedly claimed that she doesn’t feel the slow-speed crash.
An amphibious tour boat filled with tourists hit a car during a trip from Boston on Thursday afternoon.
There were no serious injuries as a result of the clash between the Boston Duck Tours vehicle and the Audi A4 sedan, police said, although the driver of the Audi was evaluated in a hospital, The Boston Globe.
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The crash happened shortly before 1:30 p.m. when the driver of the Audi sedan veered into the same lane as the Duck Boat, according to the witness, Wayne Liu of Needham, Mass.
“It was a very soft crash,” Liu told the whole World. “Both sides, they can be inhibited, and actually, the white car stopped completely before the duck boat, and the duck already braked and hit the car slowly.”
Other passengers on board of the sightseeing tour, claiming that she barely even realized the two vehicles collided.
A Boston Duck Tours duck boat collided with an Audi A4 sedan outside the Old State House in Boston around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, police said. https://t.co/d319vp8iKT
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) August 2, 2018
A spokesman for the Duck Tours said in an e-mail to the World that other witnesses said the tour vehicle is not in the error. A passenger said to the World, which it saw as “we were coming closer to each other in the same place.”
The passengers were reportedly moved to another Duck Boat vehicle a half hour after the crash. The accident was cleared shortly thereafter.
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Thursday’s accident comes two weeks after an amphibious Ride the Ducks vehicle capsized on Table Rock Lake in Missouri, killing 17 people and injuring a number of others.