Framingham Police & Ambulance Respond to A Street Crash

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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Police and Brewster Ambulance responded to a 2-vehicle crash at the intersection of Concord and A streets last night, October 26.

The crash happened at 7:04 p.m.

The driver of vehicle 2 told police she was “travelling north on A Street, when she was struck by another vehicle on the driver’s side,” according to the police report.

The driver of vehicle 1 told Police she “did not see a vehicle on A Street when she was turning left onto A Street from 1530 Concord Street,” according to the police report.

The driver of vehicle 1 told Police she “believed the headlights were off on vehicle 2,” according to the police report.

The driver of vehicle 2 “complained of neck pain” but refused transport to hospital from Brewster Ambulance, according to the police report.

The driver of vehicle 1 said she was not injured.

When the tow truck driver started vehicle 2 to drive it on to the tow truck, he told police only the “parking lights were on. The headlights were not,” said the police report.

Framingham Deputy Police Chief Victor Pereira said no citation were issued.

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