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Car Crashes into Restaurant in PeabodyThe Worcester Police Department began the week by investigating a hit and run collision Sunday night.  The collision occurred on Perkins Street, just west of the downtown area.  Police officers were dispatched to the scene at around 9:00 pm in reference to the accident involving two motor vehicles.  When they arrived, however, they were able to locate only one of the vehicles.   As it turns out, the other driver decided to flee from the accident scene before police could arrive.

After taking statements and measurements from the scene of the crash, officers classified the incident as a hit and run.  Unfortunately, there were also injuries associated with this hit and run accident.  There is at least no indication that the injuries sustained were severe enough to be life-threatening.  Although there is no word on charges, it is expected that the driver who left the scene will eventually face charges related to leaving the scene of an accident.  At this time, the driver has not been apprehended by police.  The wreck investigation remains ongoing.

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Today the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office has released more information on the woman who died several hours after the Thursday morning Brockton Gas Depot car crash. Terri Degennaro of Brockton Identified as Woman Who Died Hours After Gas Depot Crash (Update)

She has been identified as Terri Degennaro, a 54-year-old resident of Brockton. After the accident she declined medical treatment at the scene, and declined transport to a hospital. She was assessed at the scene by first responders, however later in the day she did arrive at Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital seeking help with injuries. She was ultimately transported to Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She ultimately died there.

On the Thursday morning Degennaro was driving east on Perkins Street at almost 10:30 a.m., and it was at that time that the black GMC Yukon crashed into her vehicle. The accident occurred at the intersection on Main Street. The Yukon continued to barrel down the road, into the Gas Depot and onto another vehicle, before coming to rest.

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Nearly 24 hours after a multi-vehicle crash at the Gas Depot in Brockton, a female victim of the crash was declared dead today.Brockton Gas Station Multi-Vehicle Accident Fatality

Reports from the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office indicate that victim as in her 50s and had refused treatment at the scene of the accident on Thursday. The female eventually arrive at the Brockton Hospital where she was then transferred to Beth Israel Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.

On Thursday, around 10 a.m., law enforcement were dispatched to the gas station at Main Street and Perkins Street. There, they discovered that a GMC Yukon collided into the female victim’s vehicle, before crashing into the gas station – slamming into a pole in the process. The GMC Yukon was stopped by another vehicle at the gas station.

The identities of the people involved have not been released.

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