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Not A Way To Start Your Day

by Bobby Blair
December 12, 2012

Emergency responders were called to 64 North Mill Street early this morning ...

Police and the Holliston Ambulance were called to 64 North Mill Street at 7:20 a.m. Wednesday morning for a single vehicle vs utility pole crash.

The 20's something male driver was not injuried in the crash. The same could not be said of his vehicle which appeared to be a total loss. The airbags did deploy.

Utilities companies were called as the pole was heavily splintered ....

Nick's Central Garage towed the lucky man's car.

 

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