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Rollover on Phipps Hill

by Bobby Blair
September 27, 2013

A rollover occured early Saturday morning at 1:35 a.m. on Phipps Hill.

The vehicle in addition to ending up on its side took out a fire hydrant in front of Linda Vista at 1037 Washington Street.

At least one occupant of the vehicle was transported to MetroWest Framingham. Sgt. David Gatchell investigated.

 

 

 

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Comments (5)

Hey Barry, stop jumping do conclusions...smarten up!

- Smarten Up | 9/29/13 4:52 PM

It doesn't say that in the article, but people in town know the circumstances because they are either a police officer or an EMT.

- Sarah | 9/29/13 2:41 PM

Where in the article does it mention that she was coming home from work? A rollover at 1:35 a.m. does raise suspicion of impairment

- Barry Fitzgibbons | 9/28/13 5:53 PM

She feel asleep at the wheel on her way home from work.How about asking if she's okay?

- Sarah | 9/28/13 11:34 AM

One has to wonder if alcohol was a factor..

- Stan Coffin | 9/28/13 4:33 AM

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