Police in Taunton are investigating a crash that sent a city man to the hospital with serious injuries.
Lt. Paul Roderick said in a news release that the victim, 49-year-old Nicholas Fabiano, was struck by a truck in the area of 470 West Britannia Street at about 10:46 Friday morning.
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A Taunton woman was struck by a plow truck Tuesday evening at approximately 10:26 p.m. in the area of 762 Bay Street.
The victim’s neighbor heard screams for help and found the woman in the roadway.
Cynthia MacDonald, 63, sustained significant injuries and was transported to Rhode Island Hospital.
The driver did not stop.
A young girl is recovering at the hospital after she was hit by a pickup truck in a Taunton neighborhood Tuesday evening.
According to police, the 10-year-old was struck at about 5:30 p.m. on Fruit Street.
Eyewitnesses said it appeared the girl suffered serious injuries, but police said the injuries are not life-threatening. She was taken to Hasbro Children’s Hospital for treatment.
The Day of New London editorialized this week about our new train service to Wickford Junction. The gist of the editorial being they like more trains and want even more. Currently, New London is stuck in a bit of a train void, Shore Line East service to New London does not run on weekends, and at this point neither does MBTA service to Wickford Junction. Nonetheless, a weekday drive from New London to Wickford Junction, parking in the garage, and a ticket to Boston cost less than either driving straight through, or paying for direct Amtrak service from Boston to New London.
New Londoners seem pleased that at the Wickford Junction ground breaking, MBTA officials expressed optimism for extending service further south the Westerly, which would put MBTA commuter rail service within 15 miles of New London. At the same time, weekend Shore Line East service to New Haven from New London is set to start in a year (putting Westerly within 15 miles of commuter rail service to New Haven and New York).
Meanwhile, The Herald News of Fall River reports that officials in Bristol County, Massachusetts are a little miffed that we’re getting commuter rail service built deeper into Rhode Island while Fall River, Taunton, and New Bedford still lack commuter rail service. Though Mass. State Sen. Michael Rodrigues is realistic about the issues involved.