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Pedestrian Accident on Commonwealth Avenue
Pedestrian accidents can be some of the most catastrophic accidents because pedestrians are not protected by gear like helmets or seat belts, and they are vulnerable parties on the road. These accidents leave pedestrians at risk of sustaining serious injuries. This is why it’s vital for all drivers to remain attentive and aware of the other people around them.

On June 9, the Worcester Police Department reviewed information about a pedestrian-vehicle accident. The accident occurred around 5:15 in the evening, and emergency responders were dispatched to the scene quickly afterwards. The accident occurred at 1316 in Boston.

Upon arrival, emergency responders administered care to the pedestrian who had sustained injuries in the crash. The extent of the injuries is still under review. No fatalities were reported. Statements were taken from the people involved in the accident, and the scene was cleared within the hour.

Pedestrian Accident on Beacon Street
Pedestrian accidents can be some of the most dangerous vehicle-related accidents because pedestrians are not protected by any protective gear such as helmets. These accidents can do serious damage, and they can leave victims suffering from long-lasting injuries that mean repeated medical treatments. It is important for all drivers to remember to look out for pedestrians and for pedestrians to remain aware when crossing roads.

On May 31, the Boston Police Department received a report of a moving vehicle accident involving a pedestrian. The accident occurred around 11 at night on Beacon Street. Officer Michael Coppinger initially responded to the scene, and other emergency responders arrived shortly afterwards to provide support.

Upon arrival, first responders administered care to the injured pedestrian and secured the area for investigation into the collision. The injuries do not appear to have been life-threatening, but the extent of the injuries is still under review.

Pedestrian Accident on Harrison Avenue
Vehicle accidents can happen suddenly, and accidents that involve pedestrians can be especially traumatic. Pedestrians are not protected by helmets or seatbelts, and the injuries they sustain tend to be serious. All drivers must do their part to look out for pedestrians, and pedestrians must also use caution when walking along streets.

On May 31, the Boston Police Department received information about a pedestrian accident involving a moving vehicle. The accident involved minor injuries to the pedestrians, and medical aid was given to this person at the scene. The injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. The accident occurred on Harrison Avenue around 8:15 a.m.

Officer Eric Travers was the first to arrive on the scene and other emergency personnel arrived soon after. Upon arrival, statements were taken and the scene was secured. No further details were reported.

Collision Involving Skateboarder and Vehicle Injures Jared Almond
Accidents involving pedestrians can be very dangerous, and they can cause significant damage to victims’ lives. These accidents can leave people with serious injuries that impact their lives for years to come. We must stress the importance of driving attentively and follow the rules of the road at all times. Drivers must remember to share the road with pedestrians, and pedestrians must also remain aware of their surroundings.


On May 31, a 28-year-old man was taken to a hospital after being hit by a vehicle while skateboarding. Police received word of the accident and arrived at the scene near Pocasset Street and Broadway.

The victim has been identified as Jared Almond. He was unable to stop his skateboard as he approached the intersection and collided with a motor vehicle. He sustained injuries, but they did not appear to be life-threatening. The accident was reported just before 9 in the morning, and police cleared the scene within half an hour.

Pedestrian Accident at South Hampton Street
Pedestrian accidents can be some of the most lethal of all vehicle-related accidents. This is because pedestrians are vulnerable as they are not protected by a vehicle or other protective gear. Drivers must remember to watch out for pedestrians, and pedestrians must remain aware of their surroundings.

On May 27, the Boston Police Department received information about a motor-vehicle accident involving pedestrian injury at approximately 5:00 p.m. Officer Connor Murphy was dispatched to the scene at 85 Southampton Street, and other emergency personnel arrived shortly afterwards.

First responders found one victim was suffering from injuries, so they administered medical care at the scene. The injuries did not appear to be life-threatening, but their return is still being determined. Statements were taken from those involved in the incident. This incident is still under investigation.

Teenager Hit By Vehicle While Crossing Street
Pedestrian accidents can cause severe injury as pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable parties on the road.

A high school student was hit by a vehicle in West Newbury on Tuesday afternoon.

The 15-year-old male was crossing the road with two friends when he was struck by a Jeep SUV being driven by a woman. This occurred on Route 113 at Pentucket Regional High School. The pedestrian suffered a severe leg injury and was taken to the hospital.