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Crash on Church Street

by Paul Saulnier
October 15, 2013

October 15, 2013. Police and an ambulance responded to a crash in front of 48 Church Street at 6:15 PM.

The driver of this compact station wagon was headed west when it collided with the red pickup truck parked in front of 48 Church Street, stopping in front of 35 Church Street. The driver complained of facial injuries and was taken away by ambulance.

The pickup sustained considerable damage as it was pushed up on to the sidewalk in front of 38 Church Street.

Church Street residents came out to help remove debris from their new street. One resident noted that the pavement is actually 2 feet narrower than before the reconstruction.

 

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