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images-1Milford, MA (July 14, 2018) – A woman in Milford celebrating her birthday was killed in a crash on Interstate 95 early Friday morning.  22 year old Stephanie Boaventura was traveling in a 2010 Toyota Corolla when, for an unknown reason, her car left the roadway.  After leaving the roadway, she attempted to correct the car’s path back onto the road.  In the process, her car veered to the left and struck a guardrail.

Police, along with ambulance units, rushed to the crash scene upon receiving reports of a serious accident with injuries.   Boaventura was transported to the hospital where she was later pronounced dead.  She had been out with friends celebrating her 22nd birthday and was on her way home when the crash occurred.

Police are looking into the accident at this time.  As of Saturday, there is no word on the cause of the collision or what may have caused Boaventura to lose control of her vehicle.

Accident on Route 95 at Exit 8Norwood, MA (July 13, 2018) – Multiple vehicles were involved in a crash that occurred in the left hand lanes of I-95 in Norwood Friday morning.   The accident happened just before 7:00 am on I-95 north, near exit 11 at Neponset Street.   The crash blocked both the travel lanes as well as the breakdown lane of the roadway, leaving only one lane for traffic to get by.  Predictably, the crash caused major delays on the highway at one of the busiest travel times of the day.

An ambulance was on scene to treat those injured in the crash.  The vehicles involved sustained heavy property damage as a result of the collision, however, the extent of injuries remains unknown at this time.  The accident scene is active and police are still investigating the crash.   We will provide you with any further information as it becomes available at a later time.

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cars_on_highway-300x225North Attleborough, MA (July 9, 2018) – The week got off to a slow start for some motorists on I-95 on Monday morning.  A crash near North Attleborough in the northbound lanes had a heavy effect on traffic and also resulted in report of injuries.

The crash happened in the travel lanes of the highway just before 6:30 am.  Police and emergency workers responded to a call for a crash with injuries just after 6:30.  Upon arrival, at least one person received medical attention and was then transported to a local hospital for additional treatment.  The crash caused heavy delays in and around the accident scene for nearly an hour while police worked to clear away the wreckage.

Officers are still investigating the cause of the accident and have released no further details at this time.

cars_on_highway-300x225Attleborough, MA (June 28, 2018) – A crash on I-95 in Attleborough, Massachusetts resulted in injuries to those involved. The crash happened in the southbound lanes of I-95, just before the Rhode Island state line.  Police in Attleborough responded to the scene around 11:00 am upon receiving initial reports of a multiple vehicle crash with possible injuries.

Police confirmed that injuries were sustained in the crash before securing the scene to investigate.  Medical treatment was given to the injured victims on scene.  Their conditions are not known at this time.  Motorists traveling along I-95 experienced significant delays approaching the scene.  Police re-opened the roadway after being on scene for about an hour.

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download-1-2Salem, MA (June 27, 2018) – A two car accident in Salem, Massachusetts on Tuesday resulted in injuries to at least one driver.  The accident happened at 6:05 am on Interstate 95, near exit 47.  Massachusetts State Police responded to the scene and began investigating the crash.

When police arrived, they discovered a two car crash involving a 2015 Nissan and a 2008 Ford F-150 pickup.  The Nissan driver has been identified as a 24 year old from Clinton and the Ford F-150 driver is identified as a 35 year old man from Peabody.  State police have not said how the accident occurred, but at least one vehicle ended up off the roadway and in the woods.  One person was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash.  No word at this time on the identity of the drivers or whether charges will be filed.  The accident is pending further investigation.

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A single lane was blocked off to traffic on the Northbound Interstate 95 today due to a tractor-trailer accident. The vehicle tried to exit the highway Massachusetts I-95 crash injuriesinto the breakdown lane, but collided into the shoulder and flipped onto its right side. The driver tried to turn off the highway believing there was a problem with the items on the trailer.

The accident happened at approximately 7 a.m. around the Western Avenue and Civic Center Drive off-ramps. The lane was opened later in the day. However, the remnants of the crash were still being hauled away while the lanes were re-opened.

The driver of the tractor-trailer was identified as Massachusetts resident Joshua Linfield. He sustained injuries to the side of his body and was transported to the hospital from the scene.

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Enfield Police announced on Sunday that the I-91 ramp off the Massachusetts border will reopen Monday, April 16th. The ramp will reopen after being closed for nearly a week due to a rollover crash of a tractor-trailer causing an enormous oil spill on the highway. The driver of the tanker was identified as 32-year-old Jonathan Andrew Edwards. Reports indicate that he did not clear the turn on the ramp which caused the rollover. The tank appears to have i-95 tanker truck crashlanded on the right shoulder. Mr. Edwards is a resident of West Springfield. He sustained injuries as a result of the rollover and was transported to St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center.

One exit, number 49, was already reopened as of late afternoon Sunday. The rest of the highway needed massive cleanup because the tanker spilled out the entirety of its front compartment and part of a second compartment, both of which carried gasoline. Nearly 3,000 gallons were cleaned up from the highway.

Three families with homes on Kalish Avenue had to leave their homes temporarily due to the gasoline spread. There were nearly six drinking wells in the area that were affected and the water was tested by the state to determine that they were not contaminated.

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