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Hit-and-Run on Brattle Street
Car accidents can happen anywhere, even on less crowded and uncongested roads. Some car accidents cause serious injuries, and their impacts can be devastating. As such, all drivers should remember to drive cautiously.

On May 23, the Worcester Police Department received information about a hit-and-run accident. The accident involved minor injuries though none appeared to be life-threatening. The incident occurred on the 1 block of Brattle Street around 6 p.m. that evening. The accident involved two vehicles, one of which fled the scene shortly after the initial impact.

The police department and other emergency personnel responded to the scene and administered care to the victim still present at the scene. The victim spoke with police about the accident, and a search is ongoing for the other driver and vehicle involved.

Hit-and-Run Accident at 12 Hampshire
Vehicle accidents can severely impact victim’s lives. When drivers cause an accident, the law requires that they remain at the scene. By fleeing the scene, hit-and-run drivers are both breaking the law and potentially leaving an injured person behind to suffer without the help they need.

On May 23, the Quincy Police Department received a call about a hit-and-run accident involving two vehicles. The accident occurred near 12 Hampshire Road and emergency responders arrived on the scene shortly after receiving the information. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 69-year-old Jane Bradley who was driving a Red Pontiac G6 when she was hit by another vehicle.

Emergency responders assessed the situation and minor injuries were reported as a result of the accident. Police are still looking for the other driver involved in the incident.

2 Police Cruisers Involved in Accident

Car accidents can happen at any time and cause injuries.

Two East Bridgewater police officers were involved in a multi-vehicle crash at around 8 at night on Saturday. This happened after they were leaving the scene of a deadly crash. Two cruisers and a pickup truck were involved in this accident.

An investigation is ongoing. One of the officers had to be taken to a local hospital.

Norwood Police Release Traffic Advisory
No one ever expects a car accident to happen to them. But, they can happen at any time.

Norwood Police announced a traffic incident on Route 1 northbound. There was only one lane open between Dean Street to Access Road. The cause of the accident was not known at this time. The incident occurred at around 6 in the evening on May 14.

Car accidents can be devastating. They can change people’s lives and leave them with serious injuries. It is so important for every driver on the road to drive attentively. If they do not do so, they could cause injury or even death to another person or people.

Saugus Police Respond to Crash
Saugus police responded to a rollover crash that left one man seriously injured.

The two-car crash happened at around 7 in the morning in late March. Saugus Police receive many calls for a motor vehicle crash that happened in the area of Walnut Street at Birchwood Avenue.

The driver of one of the vehicles and the passenger in another declined treatment on the scene.

Route 290 Crash
We are always striving to bring you current stories about accidents that are happening across the state. We will sometimes bring you initial reports. In these reports, sometimes only a few details are known. Then, once we learn more about these stories, we will update them.

Massachusetts State Police reported an accident on Route 290 going eastbound before Exit 16 in Worcester. The left and center lanes were closed because of the crash.

This happened on May 8.

Update: Melrose Man Survives Crash into Home in Saugus
This is an update on a story we posted on earlier today. We always want to keep you updated and bring you the most up-to-date if not on the stories we report on.

A Melrose man was injured after his car crashed through a guardrail and flew into a home in Saugus. This happened on Friday afternoon. According to police, the driver had a medical issue before the crash. He has not been identified but is said to be around 40-years-old.

The man lost control while driving on Walnut Street. He suffered injuries that were not life-threatening and was removed from his vehicle by the Jaws of Life.

Driver Hospital After Crashing Vehicle Into Saugus House
A car in Saugus went airborne and landed in a home located on Walnut Street.

A 40-year-old man from Melrose drove off of a guardrail and went through the air before the car landed inside of a home. This happened on Friday afternoon.

The driver who is said to have suffered from a medical episode was taken out of the vehicle using the Jaws of Life. He was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital. His injuries were not life-threatening.