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Two Hurt During Morning Commute

by Bobby Blair
May 12, 2017

Two people were injured at 6:34 am on Friday morning after an apparent rear ending incident. The accident occured in front of 918 Washington Street near the intersection of Pleasant and Washington Streets.

Holliston's Ambulance #1 transported one patient to Milford Regional Hospital while Sherborn's ambulance transported the other patient to MetroWest Regional Hospital in Framingham.

 

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Comments (2)

Another day....another accident in our town. People need to slow the h@ll down!!

- Stan Coffin | 5/14/17 9:17 AM

Looks like there has been an overabundance of accidents in town during the last several months. Have people forgotten how to drive or have they been distracted while at the wheel of their car.

- Carmen Chiango JR | 5/13/17 7:30 AM

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