Jessica Benson of North Andover, MA's EagleTribune.com reports that the woman sitting in the back seat of a car rear-ended by the lead singer for GODSMACK earlier this week is fighting for her life in a Boston hospital.Lindsay Taylor, 25, of Chelmsford, was in critical condition at Beth Israel Hospital Friday night. She was said to be in a coma and on life support. Salvatore "Sully" Erna, 38, was driving a Hummer H3 that rear-ended a Toyota Camry near the ramp to Route 213 east Wednesday (April 11) at 7 p.m., state police said. The Camry then rear-ended a Honda Odyssey in the chain reaction crash, state police said. State police said Taylor was first taken to Lawrence General Hospital and later airlifted to a Boston hospital for further treatment. Methuen firefighters used power tools to free Taylor and the Camry driver, Eric Sargent, 31, of Haverhill, from the car. Neither Sargent not the Odyssey driver, Maureen White, 41, of Londonderry, N.H., were injured, police and firefighters said. Methuen police also helped at the accident scene.
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