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Trooper injured when cruiser crushed in Charlestown
By adamg on Wed, 11/08/2017 - 9:26am
NBC Boston reports a State Police trooper suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a crash around 3:30 a.m. on an access road to Boston Sand & Gravel off Rutherford Avenue.
Rick Macomber reports the cruiser somehow got jammed between two of the freight cars that haul sand and stone from New Hampshire to Charlestown.
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Maybe there is a good reason why this occurred
But, it's continually hard to trust the State Police on anything. After the news broke about the supervisor ordering the Trooper to doctor a report to remove embarrassing information, who knows what happened here.
Of course, the Boston Globe thinks the bigger story is that Trump likes fast food -- perhaps the only non-objectionable thing about the man.
Trying to figure out how this could have involved
a New Hampshire Northcoast sand train. As there are no grade crossings within or adjacent to the Boston Sand and Gravel complex where any roadways directly intersect with the tracks.
I'm willing to bet either the
I'm willing to bet either the trooper was offroad for some reason, or there's more to the story (and possibly something else is actually to blame, but the NHN sand cars are taking the 'blame').
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To the thumbs up option ?
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Seemed like it was causing a lot of performance/database problems. The site's continued to have some problems today, so something else is going on, but nowhere near as bad as yesterday.
Wonder if we'll get the real story
That's some serious damage. Speed was obviously a factor to wedge a SUV between two train cars and cause that kinda Carnage.
Lights off? Speeding down an access road? Why?