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Pedestrian Struck Near Post Office Et Al

by Bobby Blair
November 27, 2013

A report of a pedestrian being struck near the post office tuned out not to be serious. The mid-morning incident involved a 20-something female jogger, according to Postmaster Joe Mingace. "She appeared to have either sprained or broken her ankle" according to Mingace.

A highway crew was summonsed to the Ashland line on Concord Street mid morning by police to tend to a tree about to fall. According to Highway Chief Tom Smith a tree had fallen on Whitney Street earlier in the morning.

Emergency responders were called to Church Street at 11:45 a.m. for the report of a minor motor vehicle accident. One person was transported to Metrowest Regional Hospital in Framingham. Officer John Scanlon investigated.

 

 

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