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Another Pole Bites the Dust

by Bobby Blair
March 19, 2017

Police responded Sunday morning at 8 am to a call from a passenger in a vehicle which had struck a pole near the entrance of the Holliston Historical Society.

The caller telephoned from in front of the First Congregational Church. The box truck sustained passenger side damage. The struck pole was hanging mid-air and a transformer lay on the ground.

Sgt, Glen Dalrymple and Det. Ciara Maguire Ryan investigated. There appeared to be no apparent injuries as the ambulance was not called. Verizon and Eversource have been contacted.

 

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