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Police ID Car Possibly Connected to Deadly Stoughton Crash

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    2 Dead After Car Crashes Into Tree in Stoughton

    The black pick-up truck was unrecognizable after crashing into a tree on Plain Street in Stoughton around 5:15 p.m.

    (Published Tuesday, May 8, 2018)

    Police have identified the vehicle whose occupants may have witnessed a deadly crash last week in Stoughton, Massachusetts.

    A pickup truck driver and his passenger were killed on May 8 after crashing into a tree on Plain Street.

    Stoughton police posted surveillance photo on its social media pages Wednesday of a vehicle believed to be a Subaru Forester Turbo from 2004 or 2005, with a vent in the hood. The vehicle was seen driving away at a high speed, and police believe its driver was a witness to the fatal crash.

    "Because of the the public's help we have identified the vehicle. This would not have happened without help from the community," Stoughton police posted on Thursday.

    Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    [NATL] Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    Margaret Newsum, 93, had no idea that the Camp Fire was rapidly approaching her Magalia home until her caretaker left for the day and she turned on the television. She was quickly rescued by her friend Dane Ray Cummings, who decided to break company policy and rescue Newsum with his Waste Management truck. KCRA reports.

    (Published 4 hours ago)

    The crash remains under investigation.

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