***Real Estate Taxes due Friday Aug 1st***
***Coming Tue: Retro Politon**Goodwill Park Concert**6:30***
***Celebrate Holliston Booths Available. Click SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS ***

Four Vehicle Fender Bender

by Bobby Blair
December 7, 2011

No injures shortly after 3:30 p.m. when four vehicles rear-ended each other.

Four vehicles which included a bus were involved in a multi rear-end collision in front of the First Congregational Church.

This vechicle above seemed to have hit the tail end of the bus and received the most extensive visible damage.

While the ambulance was called one person signed a refusal and the ambulance returned to quarters. Names were taken of the students on the bus so that parents could be contacted. This crash was one of many on Wednesday.

 

Posted in Police/Fire.

E-mail This Article

Comments (0)

Advertisement

Advertisement

Recent Articles by Bobby Blair:

Car Slides Off Norfolk Street

Continue ...

Heavy Rain Traps Woman in Car

[Comments:1]

Continue ...

America In Bloom: Judges Tour - Day Two

Visits to Waushakum Live Steamers, the Bullard Memorial Farm and the Pinecrest Golf Course were on the itinerary for the last day of judging.

Continue ...

Recent Real Estate Sales

Continue ...

Greendale Selected as Holliston's Community Champion Nominee

[Comments:4]

Continue ...

Advertisement

Recent Articles in Police/Fire:

Car Slides Off Norfolk Street

by Bobby Blair

Continue ...

Heavy Rain Traps Woman in Car

by Bobby Blair

[Comments:1]

Continue ...

Fire & EMS Log: July 18 - 24, 2014

by Chief Michael Cassidy

Continue ...

Accident at Construction Site

by Bobby Blair

Continue ...

Child Safety This Summer

by Paul Saulnier

Officer Dan Griffith is the Safety Officer for the Holliston Police Department. He would like residents to review the child safety information recently issued by the Attorney General's Offfice (http://middlesexda.com/). Tragedies caused by children falling out of open windows, drowning in swimming pools or left in cars in summer can be avoided by following these tips from Marian T. Ryan, Attorney General.

Continue ...

Advertisement