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Traffic Accident Downtown

by Bobby Blair
July 13, 2019

 

Emergency responders were called to 798 Washington Street Saturday morning at 9:55 am for a report of a pedestrian struck by a vehicle in the town center.

Ashland, Hopkinton and Medway sent medical teams to assist Holliston. One older woman appeared to be the only one with serious injuries.

Med - Flight was called and landed at Holliston High School.  It was decided to transport the patient directly to Milford Regional Hospital. Several vehicles were involved in the incident.

EMT Brian Kramer was eating breakfast at the Grill and rendered immediate care to the woman. At 11:25 am an accident reconstruction team was on scene.

 

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Our thoughts and prayers with the injured woman. Even if you use the crosswalk and crosswalk signals, please still be aware of your surroundings! There is no guarantee that others are paying attention.

- Karen Fung | 7/13/19 1:23 PM

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