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Woman killed in Shrewsbury motor vehicle crash

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury Police Department released this statement this morning:

Police-1On Wednesday, November 27th 2013 at 7:48 p.m. the Shrewsbury Police responded to Rt. 140 in the vicinity of Rt. 20 for a two car motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival Police discovered the two operators of the vehicles were injured and were transported to University of Massachusetts Medical Center. There were no other occupants in either vehicle. Shrewsbury Fire Department and U-Mass EMS assisted at the scene. The operator of a 2006 Ford Focus, Lindsey Demoranville of Grafton, Ma., 22 years old was pronounced dead a short time later at U-Mass Medical Center.? The operator of a 2013 Infiniti sedan, Jennifer Lesco of Worcester, Ma., 33 years old was treated for injuries at U-Mass Medical Center.

Preliminary investigation determined that the vehicle operated by Demoranville was traveling South on Rt. 140 and Lesco's vehicle which was traveling North on Rt. 140 when they collided. Route 140 was shut down for several hours while Police conducted the investigation. The Massachusetts State Police also assisted at the scene. The accident remains under investigation by Shrewsbury Officer Sean Maynard and Shrewsbury Police Accident Reconstructionist, Sgt. Michael A. O”Connor.

 

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