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Crash at Summer & Washington

by Bobby Blair
July 29, 2019

Police and the town ambulance responded to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Summer and Washington Streets on Monday afternoon around 2:30 pm.

The vehicle above received the most damage while the other involved vehicle sustained slight rear end damage. One person was transported to Milford Regional Hospital. Officers Scott Downey and John Scanlon investigated. Traffic westbound was tied up through East Holliston.

 

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I will not take a left onto Washington without a light unless traffic is light. Way too much traffic every where. Rush hour starts at like 2 now. Leave work at 7 pm and 128 is a parking lot. Once my kids are out of school I am cashing out and moving somewhere quiet. Does Montana have a lot of traffic? But I hope the person who went to the hospital is ok.

- Bill Littlefield | 7/31/19 5:17 PM

Gee! is it time to do something about that Conner?

- JEAN MORRISSEY | 7/29/19 9:27 PM

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