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Update: Suspect Dead After SWAT Standoff
Violent, criminal actions can be hard for us to wrap our minds around.

A man who opened fire on police and barricaded himself in a home in Middleboro was found dead after a standoff that lasted for seven hours on Wednesday. Police say John Mann, 38, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

It appears that no police were injured in this incident even though they were shot at. When emergency responders are on the job, they are putting themselves at risk. If someone else injures them because of their violent actions, they could seek to recover their rights. Every case is different, but they could seek to do so through a personal injury claim.

Man Fatally Shot in Haverhill
Police are looking into a shooting that happened on Sunday night in Haverhill. The shooting caused one fatality.

Police officers responded to the intersection of Grand Avenue and Emerson Street at about 11 at night. A 40-year-old man suffered from a gunshot wound to the chest.

The man was taken to Holy Family Hospital. He was pronounced dead there. His identity is not known at this time.

Bus Windshield Hit by Bullet
An MBTA bus was hit by a bullet in Boston’s Roxbury area. This happened early on Friday morning. The bullet hits the windshield of the bus.

This occurred on Melnea Cass Boulevard. The bus had two passengers at the time. No one was hurt, but EMS was dispatched to the scene.

Police have not identified suspects at this time.

Crews Fight Fire in Dracut
On May 3, crews were on the scene of a fire that happened in Dracut, Massachusetts.

The people in the home where the fire occurred were not injured. Two people who were in the home noticed smoke was coming from an electrical panel.

One firefighter suffered minor injuries while fighting the blaze.

Fire Investigation in Norfolk County

District 1 Hazmat responded to assist Avon Massachusetts Fire Department with an investigation. This was a Tier 1 response. The crews were dispatched to 40 Ledin Drive and an ambulance was sent to the scene. This occurred at around 9:00 in the morning on May 3.

We are always striving to bring you current stories about accidents across Massachusetts. As we do so, we will bring you initial reports as well as more detailed stories. For initial reports, sometimes only a few details will be known at first. We will update these stories as we learn more.

If you’ve been injured in a fire that was caused by someone else acting negligently, we want to help you receive compensation for your injuries. We will fight for you to receive compensation and assistance. Please call us today. We are happy to help.