Saturday, April 14, 2012
Sam Zebian was pronounced dead at Emerson Hospital.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to an error in a press release issued by the Concord Police Department, the last name of the victim involved in Saturday's crash was misspelled. The victim was Sam Zebian of Sudbury.) According to the Concord Police Department, a Sudbury man involved in a motorcycle crash at Nashawtuc Country Club Saturday afternoon has died. Sam Zebian, 27, was operating the motorcycle when he struck a vehicle driven by Jarryd Heyl, 20, of Bedford. Heyl was not injured in the crash. Concord police said Zebian was found to be suffering from life-threatening injuries and was subsequently transported to Emerson Hospital. He was later pronounced dead at Emerson Hospital. The crash is currently being investigated by the Concord Police …
Thursday, May 12, 2011
No injuries reported in wreck that happened across from Buddy Dog Humane Society.
Commuters traveling along Boston Post Road near Goodman's Hill Road in Sudbury on Thursday afternoon experienced delays thanks to a two-car accident that happened at about 12:20 p.m. A black Ferrari and blue Ford 4x4 collided in front of Buddy Dog Humane Society. The driver of the Ferrari crashed her car into the bushes at the corner of Boston Post Road and Goodman's Hill Road. An officer at the scene said the Ford suffered light damage, while the Ferrari showed dents and scrapes along the passenger side. No one showed any signs of injuries. Traffic was backed up for about 30 minutes.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Private contractor was clearing her driveway.
UPDATED: 10 P.M. A resident of Babe Ruth Drive was struck by a private plower early this morning and was transported to Metro West Medical Center in Framingham with injuries to her lower extremeties, according to Sudbury Police Sgt. John Harris. A letter from Noyes Elementary School Principal Annette Doyle regarding the accident was forwarded to Sudbury Patch. "This morning at a Bus 3 stop near the corner of Babe Ruth Drive and Atkinson Lane, a plow truck struck the owner of a house near that intersection," the letter reads. "The plow truck was clearing the woman's driveway and did not see her come out of the house. The victim is not a Noyes parent." According to WHDH Ch. 7, the woman was treated and released from Metro West Medical …
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Sudbury police log.
A Sudbury police officer on a routine patrol of North Road early Thursday morning came upon a motor vehicle that had struck a utility pole. According to Lt. Scott Nix, a resident of North Road approached the officer around 2:30 a.m. to say he heard the crash, but did not see the driver of the vehicle. Sudbury police received help from the Acton Canine Unit to do a search of the area, but no one was found. During the search, according to Nix, a second Sudbury police officer observed a taxi cab perusing the area. After stopping the cab, the driver said he was there to pick up a fare, who had requested to be picked up via his cell phone, at 52 Puffer Lane. After continuing the search, neither the police nor the cab driver located anyone in …
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Sudbury police log.
A two-car accident on Crescent Lane Monday morning sent one driver to the hospital. The accident occurred at 8:30 a.m., with the injured driver being transported to Emerson Hospital in Concord. Sudbury police wouldn't release any more information on the accident. Also: