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Vehicle Strikes Home

by Bobby Blair
February 7, 2018

Police and the Holliston Ambulance #1 were called to the intersection of Summer and Washington Streets Wednesday night at 6:35 pm. A pickup with a snow plow collided with another vehicle which crashed into the corner of a home. That vehicle was resting on the home's gas meters.

EverSource Gas was called to the scene and at least one person was transported to Milford Regional Hospital.

At 7:13 police were called to 355 Adams Street for a report of a car off the road. That vehicle was towed by Hometown Auto. Earlier in the day several accidents occured. One at the corner of Winter St. and Little Road and another near 520 Concord Street.

At 9:26 fire crews responded to a direct alarm in the New Englander Industrial Park on Kuniholm Dr, Bldg. 6, Herb Chambers. Alarm showed janitors storage closet.

 

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