Medway, Massachusetts Driver Dies From Personal Injuries After Hitting Highway Arrow Trailer

June 20, 2009 – Francis X. McGrath of Medway, Massachusetts has died as the result of personal injuries suffered in a single car accident in Randolph, Massachusetts. The 68 year old McGrath was driving a 2007 Toyota Yaris in the passing lane when he allegedly struck an arrow board trailer attached to an Isuzu pickup truck, according to the Massachusetts State Police.

The accident occurred on Route 24 North around 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 18, 2009 near Route 139 (exit 20) in Randolph. McGrath was taken to Boston Medical Center for treatment and was later pronounced dead. “The crash is still under investigation, which includes examining the autopsy report and accident reconstruction,” said state police Sgt. David Mahan. There have been no statements disclosing whether the arrow sign was operational at the time of the accident or what other circumstances may have led McGrath to strike the trailer.

Source: Milford Daily News

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