A woman was killed Sunday evening after a train hit her car in Colchester.
In March, a Milton man was injured when a train hit his car at the East Road crossing in Colchester during a snow storm.
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The driver, Erin Allen, 32 of Colchester, was killed after her car was pushed about 150 feet down the track by the passing Amtrak train, according to police.
CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share Erin Allen, 32, of Colchester was killed when her car was hit by an Amtrak Train at the Depot Road crossing Sunday night, April 10, 2017.
Suit claims NY Times writer nearly killed her best friend in car crash
A New York Times writer and Pulitzer finalist allegedly nearly killed her best friend in a car crash, by swerving down the wrong side of the road in Scotland, leading to a head-on collision.
The papers, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, said horseback-riding instructor Epstein was in the back seat and wearing a seat belt when the car “turned into the right lane .
Epstein has since recovered; she and Nir remain close friends and are planning a return trip to Scotland.
Lawyers for the Times deny “allegations of negligence [and] liability.”A rep for the paper said: “The company has no first-hand knowledge of the facts.
The lawsuit argues that Nir was acting as an employee for the Times, which should pay out, because the paper paid for flights, hotel accommodations and rental car.
according to Shots were fired in the apartment as police approached the residence, the lieutenant said.
FIRST REPORTPolice have been dispatched to the 3600 block of Otterbein Avenue on a report of shots fired.
And two people — described as acquaintances of the man with the gun — came running out of the residence screaming for their safety.
We’re hearing that there is a man in a residence who has discharged a weapon since police arrived on scene just after 10 p.m.
Possible charges include felonious assault, possession of drug paraphernalia, endangering other citizens in the area, and other drug-related and weapons-related charges.
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