Quincy, Massachusetts Accident Injures Three

January 7, 2010 – Taryn Conley, 23 from South Boston, Massachusetts, apparently drifted into oncoming traffic and collided with two other vehicles on Quincy Shore Drive. John Sullivan, 47 from Weymouth, and his passenger Robert McNeil, 47, sustained head, neck, and back injuries. Geraldine Burns, 65 from Scituate, was driving the third car and suffered neck, back and leg injuries. The accident occurred at around 8:45 p.m. on Wednesday night in Quincy.

Witnesses at the scene claimed that Conley was driving erratically prior to the accident. According to the Quincy Police, Conley fled the scene of the accident on foot but was subsequently apprehended. Justin Quilles, 26 from Holbrook and a passenger in Conley’s car, was also arrested on an outstanding warrant for a 2009 larceny case.

Both Conley and Quilles were scheduled to appear in Quincy District Court Thursday morning. Conley was charged with operating to endanger and leaving the scene of an accident. Police asserted that alcohol did not appear to be the cause of the accident, but drugs may have been involved.

Sullivan, McNeil, and Burns were all transported by ambulance to Quincy Medical Center and treated for their injuries.

The accident is still under investigation by the Quincy Police.

Source: The Patriot Ledger

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