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One Man's Lucky Day

by Bobby Blair
October 4, 2013

Emergency responders were called to the corner of Concord Street and Colonial Way around 2:45 p.m. Friday afternoon.

The lone driver of the Planet Aid box truck walked away uninjured except for a small cut to his elbow.

The driver refused medical treatment except for the band aid to his elbow. Emergency responders told the HollistonReporter.com had there been a passenger in the vehicle there might have been a fatality. Sgt. Craig Denman and Officer Scott Downey investigated.

 

 

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Hmm...avoidable accident, Friday afternoon....did someone have a liquid lunch perhaps??

- Barry Fitzgibbons | 10/5/13 6:08 AM

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