October 31 2016

Police Investigating Fatal Burlington Motorcycle Crash That Killed a Woburn Man


The Massachusetts State Police are investigating a motorcycle accident in Burlington that left a Woburn man dead. 


At 4:20 p.m. on Sunday, October 30, State Police from the Concord barracks responded to a report of a motorcycle crash on Route 95 northbound, on the access road to the Middlesex Turnpike at Exit 32 in Burlington, which resulted in the death of the operator.


Police say preliminary investigation indicates that a 2014 Honda motorcycle was traveling on the access road to the Middlesex Turnpike when, for reasons still under investigation, it veered into the guardrail on the right side. The operator, a 67-year-old Woburn man, was thrown off the motorcycle and found unresponsive. He was transported by ambulance to Lahey Hospital in Burlington, where he was pronounced deceased.


The crash remains under investigation by Trooper Jason Beausoleil with assistance from the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section and the State Police Crime Scene Services Section, a release states. The Burlington Fire and EMS assisted at the scene of the crash.


The identity of the operator is being withheld pending family notification, police say. 

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