John Johnson Remembered

Very Lucky Motorist

by Bobby Blair
October 9, 2017

Emergency responders were called to Norfolk and Goulding Street Monday night at 8:32 pm for a report of a vehicle off the road and on fire. The vehicle landed in the woods near the high tension lines.

The driver was able to escape the burning vehicle. The extent of her injuries are unknown at this time. Sgt. Ken Belson investigated.

 

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Comments (3)

Agreed-they had her out of the car before the fire/police showed up! My husband could see the flames going through the vent-I'm not sure she would have been so lucky had the man gotten her out the back window. Haven't been able to stop thinking about her-hope she is ok!

- Ellen | 10/15/17 2:38 PM

Why does the article not mention the 2 Holliston men who risked their lives to get the driver out of the burning car? Does Holliston have a way to recognize its local heroes?

- Craig Rutfield | 10/11/17 1:42 PM

It wasn't just luck! My husband and son risked their lives and got her out of the burning car! I do hope she is doing OK.

- Caryn Martin | 10/11/17 11:46 AM

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