Monday, April 8, 2013
Officers are responding to a fatal crash on the Mass. Pike.
Update: 5:17 p.m.: Traffic is still largely unaffected on the Mass Pike Westbound, according to traffic.com, though exit 11a is currently closed. Passage is slow on I-495 south coming into the site of the crash near exit 11a. --- A driver of a tractor-trailer was killed after a rollover crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Hopkinton Monday afternoon, according to a scanner report. State troopers and medical personnel are responding to the crash, which was picked up by scanners around 1:30 p.m. on Monday. Stay tuned to Holliston-Hopkinton Patch for information as it becomes available.
Friday, December 28, 2012
Faulty heating equipment caused a fire on Oak Street in Holliston Friday afternoon.
The owners of an Oak Street home were not home when the the heating equipment in their basement caught fire Friday afternoon, Holliston Fire Chief, Michael Cassidy said. Every available ladder truck and fire engine responded to the scene to help battle the flames which one Firefighter described as "fast and furious." There were no human injuries as a result of the fire but the home's two cats were killed in the blaze, Cassidy said.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
A student reportedly fell from his chair Thursday afternoon, possibly suffering head injuries.
The Holliston Police Department requested a Medevac helicopter to airlift an injured 9-year-old who fell from his chair in class at Miller Elementary School Thursday afternoon, according to initial scanner reports. The child possibly suffered head injuries during the fall. Stay tuned to Holliston Patch for details as they become available.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Ambulances transported two injured patients after a crash Thursday night.
Fire personnel used "jaws of life" to cut open a crumpled car and rescue an injured driver after a two-vehicle crash on the corner of Washington Street and Prospect Street around 10 p.m. Thursday night, according to initial scanner reports. Two patients in stable condition were transported to Milford Hospital after the crash, Holliston's Fire Chief, Michael Cassidy, said. The cause of the crash is under investigation by the Holliston Police Department. Stay tuned to Holliston Patch for details as they become available.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
A motorcyclist is reportedly unconscious after a crash on Woodland Street.
A motorcyclist is reportedly unconscious after a crash on Woodland Street, according to initial scanner reports. The crash was reported at 5:41 p.m. on Thursday evening. Stay tuned to Holliston Patch for updates as they become available.
Monday, April 9, 2012
A husband and wife with no public history of domestic violence were found dead this morning.
When a coworker of Todd Vogel found two bodies near the entrance to their house, police officers from Hopkinton and the Massachusetts State Police responded to the scene. According to Police Chief Richard Flannery, the couple didn't have a history of domestic violence, but the police had responded to several other disturbances at the house, including parties. District Attorney Gerry Leone said the impact of this incident is unfortunate and far-reaching. “This is an extreme case of marital domestic violence that resulted today in a husband murdering his wife and killing himself,” Leone said. “Domestic violence is a complicated and complex dynamic that has a far reaching affect within our communities and amongst the friends and families …
A Hopkinton man killed his wife before taking his own life in their home, authorities said today.
Todd Vogel is being remembered by neighbors as a great guy, but authorities say a crime scene inside his house indicates that he killed his wife before turning the gun on himself. Hopkinton Police secured the crime scene at 141 Hayward St. this morning after they received a call reporting two unresponsive people inside the house. The call was from an unnamed man who was supposed to be working with Vogel today. Both Vogel and his wife, Lori Levangie, were found dead, with gunshot wounds. Hopkinton Police Chief Richard Flannery said there had been no other domestic incidents at the house, although they have responded to several other disturbances at the house. Vogel, 43, was an avid World War II collector who often participated in parades …
Neighbors say the couple who lived at 141 Hayward St., which is being investigated as a crime scene, were always willing to lend a hand.
This morning shortly before 9, Hopkinton police officers responded to the report of two people unresponsive and unconscious at 141 Hayward St. According to a press release from the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, the two people who died suffered gunshot wounds. Although the DA has not released the names of the two, neighbors and the Hopkinton assessor's property records say the home belongs to Todd Vogel, who recently married his wife, Lori Levangie. Vogel is listed as a journeyman electrician with the state. Neighbors say Todd was the kind of guy that always had his door open and was always willing to give you a hand. “There was no indication of anything,” Steve Votolato said. “He was a happy go lucky guy. If you ever needed a hand …
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
A Holliston woman was airlifted Tuesday for unknown injuries.
Helicopters responded to an injured Holliston woman Tuesday evening, according to inital scanner reports. The 42 year-old woman was described as having injuries suffered from falling. MedFlight units picked up the injured woman from a Central Street landing zone Stay tuned to Holliston Patch for updates.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Yesterday the high school had a lock-in while dogs searched the school and parking lot for illegal substances.
In an email to parents yesterday Hopkinton High School Principal Alyson Geary talked about a drug search in the building and on the premises. According to the email "The search included the school parking lots, common areas of the school including the hallways, bathrooms, auditorium and library, and 13 classrooms." The email went on to say that the procedure did not interrupt any teaching. It also said this sweep is part of an ongoing effort to keep the school drug free. Both Geary and Hopkinton Police Chief Flannery said that if any more information is going to be released about the search they will send out a press release. Neither would answer questions about whether any drugs were found during the sweep or not.