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Car Goes Off Road on Norfolk Street

by Bobby Blair
December 8, 2013

Emergency responders from Holliston and Sherborn came to the rescue of a motorist who went off Norfolk Street and under the high tension lines around 1 p.m. Sunday.

The 67 year old female from Millis traveled nearly 70 feet off the road before striking a cedar tree. The woman was not believed to be seriously hurt.

The vehicle was far enough off the road and covered by debris,as to be almost unseen from the roadway. Officer Tim Heney investigated. Sherborn supplied their ambulance as Holliston's ambulance was deployed to South Street at the time of the mishap.

 

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Hope the driver is okay. Kudos to HR for near real-time coverage.

- Ted | 12/8/13 12:21 PM

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