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Snowstorm Mishaps Underway

by Bobby Blair
February 18, 2014

12:35 pm -Vehicle off the road in Metcalf section of town

12:37 pm -Woman has fallen in the parking lot at Holliston Meadows Pet Resort - transported to MetroWest Framingham

12:54 pm -Vehicle reported driving on the wrong side of the road near Nick's Central Garage

1:16 pm  - Disabled vehicle at Washington and Highland Street.

1:28 pm - 3-4 cars stuck on Phipps Hill

1:30 pm - gridlock reported in town square

1:39 pm  - State plows assembling at Pine Street to tackle Phipps Hill

1:49 pm -- Road rage - red pickup truck - Washington Street near Sherborn line

1:57 pm  -- Medical - Wilkens Road for evaluation

3:00 pm --- Minor MVA, Cross Street vehicle vs plow

3:17 p.m. -- Motor vehicle lockout , Cross Street, 3rd lockout of the day

8:22 p.m. - Disabled vehicle, 736 Washington Street.

8:26 p.m. -- Male possibly drunk walking in the middle of the road in the square

 

 

 

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Comments (2)

Is it spring yet?

- Donna | 2/18/14 12:55 PM

Spoke to Officer Denman .He said the backup towards Phipps Hill was caused by the trash pickup. He directed them to move on which got the traffic moving again.

- Paul | 2/18/14 11:58 AM

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