Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The Stoughton Police charged a Canton woman for her role in a hit-and-run car crash at the intersection of Central and Washington Streets July 8 in Stoughton.
The driver who took off in the hit and run car crash Sunday evening in Stoughton has been identified and charged, the Stoughton Police Department announced Wednesday on the Department's Facebook page. Melissa Degrande, 38, of 3213 Windsor Woods in Canton has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury; leaving the scene of an accident with property damage; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; and failure to stop at a red light. The July 8 hit-and-run accident at the intersection of Central and Washington Streets sent three to the hospital, including one who was transported to Boston via MedFlight. Degrande's truck, traveling north on Washington St., went through a red light and hit the driver's side of a …
Monday, July 9, 2012
The car crash occurred shortly after 8 p.m. on July 8 at the intersection of Central and Washington Streets in Stoughton.
An apparent hit-and-run accident Sunday night in Stoughton sent three to the hospital, including one who was transported to Boston via MedFlight with serious injuries, according to fire and police officials. The Stoughton Fire and Police Departments responded to the intersection of Washington and Central Streets in Stoughton shortly after 8 p.m. on July 8 for a hit-and-run accident. A vehicle took off after hitting a four-door Honda sedan at the intersection, Captain Scott Breen of the SFD said. The incident remains an ongoing investigation, SPD Officer Joseph DeSousa said. There were three people in the Honda, Breen said. A male passenger and female passenger were able to self-extricate from the vehicle and were transported to Good …
Saturday, April 14, 2012
The accident occurred Friday, April 13 at 10:50 p.m. on Page St. in Stoughton.
The driver of a car was transported to the hospital via MedFlight late Friday evening, after a rollover car crash on Page St. in Stoughton. A car left the roadway and rolled over several times at 10:50 p.m. on April 13. The crash occurred at 391 Page St., Captain Doug Campbell of the Stoughton Fire Department said. The vehicle was found on its side so stabilizing rescue jacks needed to be used to prevent the car from tipping over. Then the Jaws of Life were used to extract the driver from the car. The driver was the lone occupant in the vehicle. The extraction process took about 30 minutes, Campbell said. The patient was said to be alert and oriented, according to Campbell. After the extraction, the patient was then transported to St. …
Friday, April 6, 2012
The Stoughton Fire Department responded to a single car accident Thursday evening on Sumner St. in Stoughton.
A single car accident Thursday evening in Stoughton required the driver to be transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston via MedFlight. The Stoughton Fire Department responded to a rollover on Sumner St. at the intersection with Ryan Rd. just before 7 p.m. on April 5, Stoughton Fire Captain Doug Campbell said. The Jaws of Life were needed to extract the driver, the lone occupant in the vehicle. The driver was transported via ambulance to the nearby Goddard Hospital parking lot on Sumner St., where there is a MedFlight landing zone behind the building, and then taken to Beth Israel via MedFlight.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
A 30-year-old male was transported to Boston Medical Center via MedFlight after his motorcycle collided with a car early Saturday evening in Stoughton. A female passenger in the car was also transported to Good Samaritan with minor injuries.
Stoughton Fire and Police responded to a collision between a motorcycle and a car early Saturday evening, which sent two to the hospital, including one who was transported via MedFlight with serious injuries. The accident occurred just outside downtown Stoughton, at the intersections of Union St. and Porter St. at 5:55 p.m. on Saturday, Stoughton Fire Captain Robert O’Donnell said. The motorcycle hit the right passenger side door of a car, O’Donnell said. The operator of the motorcycle, a 30-year-old male, was unconscious on the scene, having sustained facial and head injuries. He was treated on scene by firefighters and paramedics from Stoughton Engine 4. The operator of the motorcycle was then transported to the Stoughton High football …
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
A pedestrian was transported to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries after being struck by a truck at the intersection of Seaver St. and Capen St. Wednesday morning.
An “older male” pedestrian was transported to Boston Medical Center Wednesday morning after he was struck by a motor vehicle, Stoughton Fire Department Captain Robert O’Donnell said. Stoughton Fire and Police responded to a call at the intersection of Seaver St. and Capen St. at 6:24 a.m. A Toyota pickup hit the pedestrian, who appeared to be on his way to work, O’Donnell said. The pedestrian was transported to BMC via ambulance. A MedFlight was requested, but was not available due to the fog. The pedestrian had life-threatening injuries but is in stable condition as of Thursday morning, according to the Stoughton Police Department’s Facebook page. O’Donnell also said the operator of the vehicle was transported to Good Samaritan Medical …
Monday, December 5, 2011
A private ambulance and car were involved in a head-on collision Sunday night on Route 138 in Canton. Stoughton and Randolph Fire crews assisted Canton in responding to the accident.
The Stoughton and Randolph Fire departments assisted the Canton Fire Department in responding to a motor vehicle collision Sunday evening in Canton where three were injured. Stoughton Fire Group 4 provided mutual aid for a reported head-on collision between a car and a private ambulance, according to the Stoughton Fire Department Facebook page. The accident happened shortly after 8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 4 near the intersection of Turnpike St. and Industrial Dr. in Canton on Route 138, not far from the Stoughton-Canton line. Crews from the three fire departments worked together to successfully extract the three victims involved in the crash and provide them with advanced life support, according to the SFD Facebook page. Two people, one of …