Monday, April 22, 2013
The center was temporarily shutdown for emergency crews.
Traffic in Woburn center was brought to a halt temporarily this morning after a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian. According to reports a pedestrian was struck at 415 Main St., in front of CVS. There were request for an ambulance for an injured person. A photo recon team was also requested for scene evaluation. There is a crosswalk on Main Street in front of CVS. Though the road was temporarily closed this morning it is now open and traffic is moving normally. Woburn Patch will bring any updates as information becomes available.
Friday, February 1, 2013
There are scanner reports of a pedestrian accident on Olympia Avenue near Mishawum Road.
According to scanner traffic there has been an accident involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian on Olympia Avenue. According to the reports, the accident occurred in the Mishawum Road area. One patient is being transported to Lahey Clinic in Burlington. The extend of the victim's injuries are not yet known. Woburn Patch will update as more information becomes available.
Sunday, October 21, 2012
A look back at the week in police news in Woburn.
These five stories and Police Log entries had people talking on our Facebook page and readers clicking links this week. For complete stories, click the headlines. To follow all Woburn Police news, bookmark our special WPD page. POLICE LOG: Toddler Accuses Teen of Assault Oct. 12—At 3:26 p.m., police were called to the Convenient 38 for a report of an assault. According to police, a woman stated she was in line with her three-year-old son, holding his hand, when the toddler shouted “he punched me, he punched me.” The child told his mother that one of four teenaged boys leaving the store had hit him in the face. Police spoke to the youths, who denied touching the boy. The responding officer told the woman that it was “highly unlikely” …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The Woburn father of two has died of injuries suffered when he was struck by a car Oct. 9. Catch up on all stories involving Mr. Fisher's death here.
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Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Funeral services announced for Mr. Fisher, who died of injuries suffered when he was struck by a car Oct. 9.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Obituary provided by the Lynch-Cantillion Funeral Home: Allen A. Fisher, 31, of Woburn, tragically died Monday, October 15th. Beloved husband of Michelle L. (Terrio) Fisher. Loving father of Ryan and Lily Fisher of Woburn. Devoted son of Anne Boutwell Fisher of Lowell and the late John Fisher. Dear brother of Kenny Fisher and his wife Carmen of NH, Kimberly McCue, Charlene Nyman, both of TX, Chris Fisher and his wife Migdalia of Everett, John T. Fisher and his wife Elizabeth, Chris Fisher, Aron Fisher, George Marcotte, and John Marcotte, all of Lowell. Son-in-law of Paul D. Terrio and his companion Kathy Fitzgerald of Everett and Grace Terrio and her companion Bob McManus of Somerville. Brother-in-law of Paul Terrio and his companion …
Case has been turned over to the Middlesex District Attorney's office following death of Allen Fisher.
The Middlesex District Attorney's office is "actively" investigating the pedestrian accident that killed 31-year-old Allen Fisher of Woburn. According to Stephanie Guyotte of the DA's office, no charges have yet been filed against the elderly driver that struck Fisher. "But this is an active investigation," she told Woburn Patch at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Woburn Police and State Police investigators responded to the pedestrian accident Oct. 9 around 8 p.m. after an 88-year-old Winchester man struck Fisher, who was crossing the street after leaving Pop Warner football practice. The 31-year-old father of two was struck by the car and thrown into oncoming traffic further down the road, according to Woburn Police. He was transported to Mass General …
Allen Fisher died of injuries sustained when he was struck by a car Oct. 9.
As Allen Fisher's family mourns the loss of the 31-year-old father, the community has gathered to support them. Fisher was struck by a car Oct. 9 as he walked across Washington Street after his son's Pop Warner football practice at Leland Park. He was rushed to Mass General Hospital where he endured several surgeries before lapsing into a coma. Allen Fisher died of his injuries Monday. An online account has been set-up for those wishing to make a donation to the family in lieu of flowers for Fisher. If interested in donating, click here. A fundraising party has also been coordinated by the friends and family of Fisher involved in the Pop Warner E2 Trojans team. The party will be held Nov. 16 at the Sons of Italy in Woburn. Hosting the …
The 31-year-old father died Monday, Oct. 15.
A 31-year-old father of two has succumbed to injuries he suffered after being struck by a car Oct. 9. Allen Fisher, of Arlington Road, was crossing Washington Street near Leland Park after leaving a Pop Warner practice last Tuesday when he was struck by an oncoming car. >>MORE: For up-to-the minute updates on this story and others, follow Woburn Patch on Facebook and Twitter, or sign-up for our e-mail newsletter. According to Woburn Police's documentation of the accident, Fisher, who was in the crosswalk, was struck by the car, then thrown several feet down the street into the opposite lane of traffic. He was taken to Mass General Hospital with life-threatening injuries. After undergoing surgery, MGH reported that Fisher was in "serious…
Monday, October 15, 2012
Woburn and State Police are still investigating last week's serious pedestrian accident near Leland Park.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Woburn and State Police are still investigating Tuesday's serious pedestrian accident near Leland Park.
The 88-year-old Winchester man who hit a pedestrian with his vehicle Tuesday night could still be charged in the incident, according to Woburn Police. WPD Det. Ralph Coakley said Friday that the Mass State Police and Woburn Police are still investigating the crash that sent a 31-year-old man to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. "No charges [have been filed] as of yet, but that is certainly not finite," said Det. Coakley. Woburn Police already filed an "immediate threat" with the Registry of Motor Vehicles after the crash. According to the RMV, the charge indicates that authorities believe the driver's "operation of a motor vehicle poses an immediate threat to public safety." The 31-year-old Arlington Road man was crossing the …