FOXBORO — In an update on a serious crash on Route 95 in Foxboro Sunday morning in which six people were seriously injured, state police said a Somerville man has died from his injuries.

State police said Monday morning that 23-year-old Henry Augustin, one of the six victims of the crash, succumbed to his injuries at Boston Medical Center.

Augustin and five other men were heading north on their way back from a Providence nightclub in a Ford SUV at the time of the crash, state police said.

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The other vehicle occupants have yet to be identified, but hail from Tewksbury, Everett, Somerville and Peabody and range in age from 22 to 28 years old.

All six men were ejected from the vehicle and seriously injured in the crash, according to state police.

Their 2009 Ford Expedition rolled over multiple times on Route 95 northbound north of Exit 13 just after 3:20 a.m. on Sunday.

According to state police, the driver, believed to be a 22-year-old Tewksbury man, lost control of the vehicle for reasons that are still being investigated.

No further information is currently being released.

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