Saturday, December 22, 2012
A Brockton man was transported to the hospital following a single car crash on I-95 North in Attleboro shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday.
- POLICE & FIRE
Saturday, December 22, 2012
The following is adapted from a press release from the Massachusetts State Police: A single car crash early Saturday morning on Route 95 North in Attleboro sent a man to the hospital with serious injuries. Massachusetts State Police troopers from the Foxboro barracks responded to a single vehicle crash on I-95 North in the vicinity of Exit 2A in Attleboro at about 4:10 a.m. Saturday. The victim (the operator and sole occupant of the vehcile), a 24-year-old Brockton man, was transported by Attleboro Fire and EMS to Rhode Island Hospital with serious injuries. The victim has since been discharged from Rhode Island Hospital. The single vehicle involved was a 2008 Ford Focus. No significant impact on traffic was reported. The facts and …
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
One woman is dead and a man is in critical condition at Rhode Island Hospital after a horrific crash in Rhode Island.
An Attleboro woman is dead and a 34-year-old man from Somerset is in critical condition at Rhode Island Hospital after a police chase ended in a fiery crash early Sunday morning under the Meshanticut Bridge in Cranston. Warwick Police said the pursuit started in Warwick and ended around 2:15 a.m. when Brandon Borge crashed into the Meshanticut Bridge on the connector to Oaklawn Avenue. He was driving a Ford Freestyle owned by the victim, identified by police as 34-year-old Barbara Ellis of Attleboro, who was riding in the passenger seat. Speed was a factor in the crash. The vehicle reportedly caught fire after crashing into the abutment. Borge lost both legs in the crash. Ellis was the School-to-Career counselor for Norton High School. She…
Monday, November 15, 2010
Broken glass and pieces of metal from a late-day crash causes traffic on North Attleboro/Attleboro line.
Two cars crashed just before 4 p.m. on Monday on Route 152 causing onlookers to slow the flow of traffic. A North Attleboro resident and her grandson were a bit shaken after the car they were driving in was suddenly hit from behind. "It was like, crash," said the resident who asked to not be identified. "We were both wearing our seat belts, but snapped back from the impact. There was minor damage to the North Attleboro woman's white car, but the driver of the other vehicle was not so lucky. Both airbags were deployed and the force from the air bag shattered the windshield. No one was injured in the accident. "He came right over to see if we were okay," she said of the other driver. "As soon as I saw there was a kid in the car I …
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Woman pinned to her seat after a truck slams into her vehicle.
A woman was rescued by Attleboro's emergency workers with the Jaws of Life, a piston-rod hydraulic tool used to cut metal. The woman was pinned to the seat of her silver wagon after a navy blue Dodge pickup truck slammed into the driver's side door of her vehicle. Attleboro Police and Fire were quick to arrive at the scene of the accident at the intersection of Pleasant and Perry Streets. "She was conscious and talking, but was bleeding from above the left side of her eye," said Cathy Killough, who stopped at the scene just after the accident occurred. An ambulance, fire truck and several police cruisers arrived at the scene and quickly got to work to free the woman from her car. After failed attempts to get her out, rescue workers got out…