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Archives for: December 5th, 2014

Man to be charged in connection with fatal head-on collision

According to authorities, Massachusetts State Police troopers sought an arrest warrant for a 45-year-old East Bridgewater man for allegedly causing a fatal head-on collision on Cape Cod on Nov. 18. The man will be summoned to appear in court for charges related to the incident.

Head-on crash in Massachusetts kills 2, injures 3

Massachusetts State Police confirmed that two people died in a two-vehicle accident on Oct. 19. The car accident took place on Jamaicaway just before 3 a.m. Police say that a BMW 530XI crossed the centerline near Perkins Street and struck a Toyota Camry that was traveling in the opposite lane of traffic.

1 dead, 3 injured in Massachusetts car accident

A 55-year-old man who suffered critical injuries in a car accident in Massachusetts died as a result of his injuries on June 29. According to the report, the head-on collision took place on Route 37 at approximately 1:30 p.m.

Massachusetts accident injures 5, kills 1

According to the Massachusetts State Police, a May 30 accident involving three vehicles on Interstate 95 left one woman dead and injured five other people. The Norwood auto accident was caused by a wrong-way driver at about 4:22 p.m., police reported.

Head-on collision leaves Hanover man dead, two others injured

Fatal car accidents are always a cause for concern, whether they occur in Massachusetts or elsewhere and most drivers try to ensure that they are not the cause. To avoid accidents, drivers must stay in their own lane and keep an eye on the vehicles around them, especially when driving in two-way traffic. That’s because multiple vehicle accidents place more lives at risk.

Massachusetts car accidents: Head-on collision leaves man dead

A tragic accident ensued last month, killing a 47-year-old man and injuring a woman. Authorities are still working to determine the cause of the accident. As more fatal car accidents occur on our roadways, Massachusetts officials are likely to conduct more comprehensive investigations, such as this one.