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June 2014 Archives

Pedestrian hurt in Massachusetts car accident

A 59-year-old man was struck by a Rav4 at 10:50 p.m. on June 11 at the intersection of Route 62 and Route 38, according to police. The car was being driven by a 28-year-old man, and the vehicle was headed south on Main Street when the collision took place. The man was treated on scene by emergency responders and was taken to Beth Israel Hospital via Boston Medflight for further treatment of injuries that were considered serious.

Massachusetts victims cite traumatic brain injury after bombing

The terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon in the Spring of 2013 left hundreds of people injured and many more emotionally changed. The wounds of those hurt in the explosions ranged from death to invisible, interior wounds. The generosity of strangers across the world has made it possible for many Massachusetts victims to receive the necessary care that they might otherwise have never received. There are some bombing victims, however, who reportedly suffered a traumatic brain injury and who feel they have not received comparable aid to fully address their medical needs.

Working to reduce the number of motorcycle accidents

Improving weather conditions lead to an increase in the number of motorcycles on the roads, and law enforcement agencies are urging both drivers and riders to do their part to keep injuries and fatalities to a minimum. According to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, 35 people died in motorcycle accidents in 2013, which is a modest improvement over previous years.

Woman dies in auto-pedestrian accident

A female pedestrian was killed by a motor vehicle accident that occurred in Massachusetts on June 15. The collision reportedly happened near the intersection of Dogwood Road on Hampton Road in Sharon around 4:30 p.m. State police, local police and the Norfolk District Attorney's Office investigated the incident throughout the remainder of the day.

Motorcyclist dies after being struck by vehicle

Massachusetts State Police stated that a male motorcyclist was killed after being struck by a motorist in Scituate on June 11, two days before the motorcyclist's birthday. According to the report, the accident took place in the 100 block of Border Street around 6:30 p.m.

Massachusetts pedestrian hit-and-run kills 1

A man was killed after he was struck by a car while crossing a street in Lowell. Witnesses were able to provide a license plate number, which helped investigators identify the owner of the vehicle involved in the pedestrian accident. Police initiated a search for the hit-and-run driver after finding a vehicle that matched the description of the car involved.

Could Massachusetts plane crash result in wrongful death claim?

Air travel has had a tremendous influence on how most perceive the world. Where before it may have taken days to weeks to arrive at faraway destinations, that time has been reduced to mere hours. However, there is a huge burden of responsibilities on the shoulders of those who pilot these planes, and safety checks are not an extraneous chore. A recent plane crash in Massachusetts could possibly end in claims of wrongful death after preliminary reports suggest a required systems check was not completed.

Soldiers learning early treatment best for traumatic brain injury

Soldiers put themselves in harm's way on a daily basis, even when not actively engaged in fighting a battle. As a result, they may have a higher risk of suffering a traumatic brain injury than the ordinary citizen. A recent seminar concerning this type of injury was recently held at a military installation. Soldiers from Massachusetts may also benefit from the information that was shared.

Rush hour accident kills 1, injures 5 on I-95 in Massachusetts

In a head-on car accident, a 59-year-old Rhode Island woman driving a 2000 Toyota Camry was killed when a 53-year-old Foxboro man in a 2013 Range Rover crossed the grassy median from the northbound side and hit her head-on. The Range Rover then struck a Ford Edge.

Teen injured on the job has arm reattached in Boston hospital

Many times, people have a tendency to dismiss today's teenagers as being disaffected and not engaged in life around them. However, many of these young people are hardworking and have made a positive impression on all who cross their paths. One such young man has encouraged many around him after having been injured on the job and suffering a potentially life-changing wound. The boy was treated at Massachusetts General Hospital after being injured on-the-job in another state.

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