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Massachusetts woman who died after three vehicle crash remembered as amazing woman, mother, wife



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One Massachusetts woman died, and another was seriously injured after a multi-vehicle crash on Tuesday afternoon.

Just before 3:30 p.m., the Franklin Police and Fire Department responded to a three-car motor vehicle crash at the intersection of West Central Street and Union Street.

According to Franklin PD, after an investigation, it was determined the first vehicle involved, a Toyota Highlander was stopped at the intersection at a red light. The second vehicle, a Chevy Equinox was stopped behind the first vehicle. The third, a KIA SUV rear-ended the second vehicle which caused a chain reaction crash into the first vehicle.

Upon arrival, first responders found the operator of the KIA SUV, a 58-year-old female resident of Wrentham unresponsive in her vehicle. First responders quickly began life-saving measures including CPR. She was transported to Milford Hospital where she was later pronounced deceased. The operator of the second vehicle was transported to UMASS Memorial with what are believed to be serious injuries.

It was determined the operator of the KIA SUV suffered a serious medical episode while driving which resulted in the crash.

Vinny Marino thanked responders on social media for trying to save his wife.

“My daughters and I would like to thank you and the first responders that tried to save my wife at the scene yesterday. God bless you for what you do and see every day.

She is being remembered today as an amazing woman, mother and wife by those who knew her.

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