Rollover Accident in Plymouth - Faulty Road Construction?

State Police closed Route 3 northbound between exits 5 and 6 in Plymouth yesterday afternoon due to a rollover accident.  The single vehicle  car accident ioccured at a section of the road that has been under construction as part of a repaving project.  Plymouth Police Capt. John Rogers said the female driver was transported to Jordan Hospital and then Medflighted  to a hospital in Boston.  

 

That stretch of highway has been left unfinished for over two weeks now.  It was only a matter of time before an unsuspecting motorcyclist or passengers in a vehicle attempting to switch lanes ended up getting seriously injured. My thoughts and prayers go out to this young lady and her family for a full and speedy recovery.  I sure do hope the State Police accident reconstruction team did a thorough investigation and documented the perilous condition left by highway construction workers.  

 

 

Pedestrian Accident in Plymouth leaves a local man in critical condition at a Boston hospital

According to Plymouth Police, A Dodge pickup truck sped through a downtown intersection Sunday morning, injuring three pedestrians. The accident seriously injured 80-year-old West Plymouth resident William Burke when he was struck in the crosswalk outside of St. Peter's Church. Burke was rushed by Med-Flight helicopter to a Boston hospital, where he is listed in serious condition.

After striking Burke, the driver of the pickup truck proceeded across Court Street, striking two teenage women from Hanson, Kayla Donovan, 17, and Lindsey Kindy, 18. Both young women were taken to Jordan Hospital, where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Plymouth Police said the driver was cited on charges of failure to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk and driving negligently to endanger. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.


Worker suffers head injury after fall from scaffolding

According to Plymouth Police, Ronald Gillis, 52, of Plympton Road in Plymouth, Massachusetts, was working as a painting contractor at the Armstrong Skating Rink in Plymouth, MA when he fell from scaffolding at the job site. Gillis reportedly fell approximately four feet and suffered a head injury. The injured worker was initially taken to Jordan Hospital in Plymouth and later transported to a Boston hospital for further treatment.