UPDATE: The DA's office reports the victim was a 33-year-old Brighton man and that his death was declared "a non-homicide" after an autopsy and investigation.
State Police report recovering a man's body from the Charles River, between the Hatch Shell and the Harvard Bridge this morning.
Although the man's exact identity remains unknown, the body was probably not that of missing Brown student Sunil... Read more
Shortly before 7 a.m., a driver managed to firmly wedge his box truck into the underpass eastbound at the Harvard Bridge, causing a nice little blockage just as rush hour was getting underway. He tried moving the truck back, but all he did was set of a shower of sparks from where his truck's roof scraped against the top of the underpass.
UPDATE: After working... Read more
UPDATE: Authorities make ID.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office has released photos of jewelery removed from the body of a woman found in the Charles River yesterday after she jumped off the Harvard Bridge. Officials say she had no identification with her and are hoping somebody recognizes the... Read more
With no identifying documents to go on, authorities have released some information about the woman whose body was pulled out of the Charles River this morning after witnesses watched her jump off the Harvard Bridge, in the hopes somebody recognizes her. According to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office:
The woman is described as a black female of indeterminate – but apparently young –... Read more
Story updated at 8 a.m.
The Boston Fire Department and State Police report two men jumped into the Charles River from the Mass. Ave. bridge around 11 p.m. last night.
Boston firefighters and state troopers arrived at the middle of the bridge in time to spot one person in the river "barely treading water." In a statement, State Police say:
State Police Lieutenant Paul... Read more
Miss MP reports:
Last night, we crossed the Harvard Bridge as "Don't Worry Desmond Dekker" played on the radio, and the MIT dome was lit up in front of us and Beacon Hill and the Financial District were across the river to our right, and I thought, GodDAMN, I love this city. And that pretty much sums up my feelings on the Mighty Mighty... Read more