BOSTON — At least one pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle on the grounds of a Boston hospital.

According to Police report, the accident took place at about 1:30 o’clock on Monday afternoon at the corner of Warren and Nevins Street on the grounds of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in the Brighton neighborhood. The victim died on the scene and was no longer delivered to the local hospital.

Authorities did not give out the victim’s name pending result of investigation and getting in touch with nearest kin. Police stated that a truck was backing up when it hit the pedestrian.

On the day before Christmas, Boston police reported a two-car accident which happened near 621 Massachusetts Avenue at around 2:57 o’clock in the afternoon. According to the report, two persons sustained injuries and they were immediately taken in an ambulance to a local hospital.

As police are still conducting their investigation, no other information was released to the media.

Another accident blighted the joy of the season as members of the Massachusetts State Police reported that they are investigating how and why a truck lost its load of lumber while traveling along the ramp from Route 3 south to Route 128. The accident occurred at about 7:24 early morning.

Police stated that although the lumber tumbled from the truck onto the roadway; the truck did not slow down. However, it did not stop traffic during the morning rush. No injuries were reported in the incident. Like the other cases, the State Police truck team is handling the investigation.

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