Just yesterday, the Boston Transportation Department put in one of those traffic-counting cable things on Conway Street in response to neighborhood concerns about unsafe drivers. Tim West reports that less than 10 hours later, a public-works street sweeper tore it up.
A Cape woman faces a long prison sentence after pleading guilty today to hitting and dragging another woman under her car on I-93, three miles from Kneeland Street in Chinatown to Columbia Road in Dorchester in 2016, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
An outraged citizen filed a 311 report about this situation on Marion Street in East Boston:
Car has illegally put a recycle bin over a fire hydrant so they could park in front of it. The trash from recycle bin is now all over sidewalk. Please tow and remove recycling bin. Highly illegal!
A woman in her 20s was pronounced dead on the scene at Magazine Street and Putnam Avenue after a crash involving a tractor trailer around 7 p.m., Cambridge Police and the Middlesex County District Attorney's office reports. The driver of the truck remained on scene, police say.
Cambridge Police report on what happened after a driver plowed into the back of another vehicle at Mass. Ave. and Pleasant Street last Thursday night:
When the two parties stopped in traffic after the crash, the operator of the suspect vehicle exited his vehicle and exposed himself to the victim before getting back into his vehicle and fleeing the scene.
Roving UHub videographer JP from Somerville captured this lad just pedaling across the Zakim around 5:30 p.m., adds:
There were about four other kids. I don’t know how or where they got off the highway but I think they must’ve taken the government center exit because they weren’t in the tunnel.
State Police report a multi-car crash at the airport exit on I-93 south has left just the left lane open. "Expect delays," they say.
NBC Boston reports on the incident at Galen and Watertown streets.
BostonDirt reports she got to see her first storrowing, about 11 a.m. on Soldiers Field Road.
Eileen Murphy reports a crash between a Jeep and another SUV late this afternoon flipped the Jeep on its side at L and East 6th streets - where one corner is still filled with memorials to Colin Thomas McGrath, 2, who died on July 25 when another two-vehicle crash sent one of the vehicles right into his stroller on the sidewalk. Read more.
Around 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Magdala Street and Gallivan Boulevard, according to a nearby resident who heard the crash, went to investigate and took the photo - and who is getting tired of the crashes there and along that stretch of Gallivan in general.
An RV from New York had a mini storrowing incident a couple of hours ago. After hitting the "Cars Only" sign at the Mass Ave. underpass on Memorial Drive the completely unfazed RV managed to just barely slip under the bridge, however the AC unit on its roof did not. Hitting the concrete at about 25-30mph it disintegrated and showered the NY plated Chevy behind it with metal scraps. The RV seemed just as non-plussed about the hit as when it hit the sign and continued at the same speed until the next u-turn point. Welcome to our city!
Jason Richardson spotted the results of what he called a "slight Storrowing" this morning just inbound from the Longfellow Bridge.
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