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One killed in multi-vehicle New Year’s Eve crash on Route 24

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One person has been killed in a late night crash just before the new year.

According to Massachusetts State Police, at approximately 11:30 p.m., yesterday, Troopers assigned to State Police-Milton responded to reports of a multi-vehicle crash on Route 24 southbound in the area of Exit 20 in Stoughton. The crash resulted in the fatality of one of the operators.

Preliminary investigation indicates that a 2020 Nissan Altima was traveling on Route 24 southbound prior to Exit 20 when the operator lost control and struck a guardrail. After striking the guardrail the Nissan then struck a 2020 Honda Accord. A 25-year-old male passenger in the Nissan suffered minor injuries. The operator of the Nissan, identified as Brandon Rose, 34, of Boston, exited the vehicle and was struck by a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee operated by a 32-year-old male from Milton. Rose suffered fatal injuries in the second collision. The operators of the Honda and Jeep were not injured.

The crash remains under investigation by Troop H of the Massachusetts State Police with assistance from the State Police Collision Analysis Reconstruction Section, State Police Crime Scene Services Section, Norfolk County State Police Detective Unit, and the Troop H Detective Unit.

Troopers were assisted by Stoughton Fire and EMS and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

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  1. Rozie

    November 10, 2021 at 3:18 pm

    It is so sad that not one person has reached out to the family of the man that was killed. After learning it was an off duty police officer that struck & killed him it makes sense they would be protecting their own. It is so unfair how they have chosen to make coverups for him and not charge this person with killing someone’s child.

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