Ann O’Flaherty of Westwood dies in pedestrian accident near Boston Hospital

By | December 17, 2021

Ann O’Flaherty Death – Cause of Death : Ann O’Flaherty, widely known as “nurses’ nurse,”  of Westwood, Massachusetts, and a long-time St Elizabeth’s Medical Center nurse,  has died from injuries received after she was struck by a car near Boston hospital.  According to reports, O’Flaherty was struck by a silver Audi at approximately 6:20 am at the intersection of Washington and Cambridge streets, outside Boston hospital in Brighton on Wednesday December 15, 2021, Originally, O’Flaherty is of Irish nurse origin

O’Flaherty was on her way to work when she tried to cross the street to St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center before she was fatally struck by the car. She sustained serious injuries and died at the scene of the crash. O’Flaherty left behind her husband and three children. She worked at St Elizabeth’s Medical Center for 33 years. 

“What a tragedy. Rest in Peace Ann O’Flaherty. My heart and prayers for your family during such a difficult time. Life is delicate and precious. Ann thank you for the many wonderful years of service and dedication to your patients and to St.Elizabeth’s”

Our thoughts are with the family and friends of O’Flaherty. Ann O’Flaherty’s obituary will be released by her family.