At least one pedestrian was struck and killed by a truck yesterday at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton, police reported.

Boston Police Officer Neva Coakley stated that the victim was hit around 1:30 o’clock in the afternoon in the area of Nevins and Warren streets in Brighton.

No information was given regarding the victim’s identity or on any description of the vehicle. Police did not also give any details on how the accident occurred.As Boston police are continuing to investigate, no charges have been filed against the driver.

A spokesman for St. Elizabeth’s did not return a call for comment last night. Police had no information on the registration of the truck, but reported that it must have been a laundry truck. A call to the laundry gave no respond last night. And no one returned a message left at the company’s corporate headquarters in Georgia.

Meanwhile, this week, a North Georgia community is rallying to support the family of a mother and her young daughter who were killed in a hit-‘n-run crash with a tractor-trailer Friday in Bartow County.

Friends of the family are mourning the demise of 29-year-old Maria Tabuena and her four-year-old daughter Melina Trichell were driving on I75 when a big rig clipped their car and sent them careening off the interstate into a guard rail.

Witnesses saw that the vehicle hit a guard rail and was launched into a support pillar for an overhead sign. The SUV burst into flame. The driver and passenger were pronounced dead on the scene. The driver of the tractor trailer involved did not stop.

Investigation is ongoing as Georgia State Patrol officers are searching for a tractor trailer driver.

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