Man Killed in 2-Car Crash in Littleton, Massachusetts

A head-on collision, one car blue and one SUV white.

Whenever the police respond to a crash in the middle of the night, they expect the worst. This is the time of night when people are drunk driving. They leave bars and clubs and decide to drive home instead of taking an Uber. So, when the Littleton police responded to a car accident at 2 am this week, they shouldn’t have been surprised at what they found.

On Thursday, March 12, the police arrived at the scene of a 2-car accident in Littleton. The accident happened on Ayer Road near New Estate Road. By the time they got there, they found two vehicles with a lot of damage. One was a Honda Pilot and another was a Mazda CX5. The report did not say who was driving the vehicles. Nor did they provide any other information on a description of the vehicles.

A man in his 40s was found at the scene in one of the vehicles. He suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital. Once he was there, he was sadly pronounced dead. The other driver, a local woman in her 20s, was also taken to the hospital. She was said to have suffered non-life-threatening injuries. There is no update on her condition.

The names of the victims have not been released. The authorities are waiting to notify the victim’s next of kin. The Middlesex District Attorney and the Littleton Police Chief are both involved in the investigation. They haven’t announced the cause of the crash. They also haven’t indicated whether they’re going to press charges against the woman.

If your loved one has been in any sort of motor vehicle accident, contact our car accident lawyers right away. You may have a potential legal claim against the other driver involved in the crash.


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