A serious single-car crash in Peabody late Friday caused injury to three people. All three Massachusetts car crash victims were rushed to a Boston hospital.
The Peabody car accident happened when the vehicle crashed into a pole. The driver, who is a Nahant resident, and two of his passengers had to be extricated from the badly wrecked vehicle. He has been summoned to court to face charges that include operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, and operating a motor vehicle recklessly to endanger.
Our Boston accident lawyers want to remind anyone that has been involved in a recent Massachusetts car crash that they should begin exploring their legal options as soon as possible. In the event that you decide to pursue a Boston injury claim, it will be easier to gather evidence and speak to witnesses soon after the collision rather than later.
In other Massachusetts traffic crash news, an East Boston man has pleaded not guilty to fatal hit-and run in the fatal Revere pedestrian accident death of Cynthia Osborne. The Salem woman was walking along Route 1A close to the Wonderland MBTA stop last Monday when 52-year-old Gerald Alviti allegedly struck her with his vehicle. Osborne was later pronounced dead at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Osborne and Alviti were both reportedly headed to a substance abuse clinic in Lynn. Witnesses say that Alviti fled the Revere car crash scene. The 2005 Chevy Malibu he was driving was later sighted by a US postal service cop who had witnessed the collision.
Trio injured in Peabody crash, ItemLive, October 18, 2010
Man, Woman In Fatal Crash Went To Same Drug Clinic, WCVB, October 12, 2010
East Boston man pleads not guilty in crash that killed Salem woman, Boston.com, October 12, 2010
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