Dylan Quinn Death – According to the office of the Bristol County District Attorney, a 16-year-old boy from Rehoboth, Massachusetts passed away early on Sunday morning as a consequence of injuries sustained in an incident involving a single vehicle that occurred in Berkley, Massachusetts. The district attorney has stated that the collision took place at 7:30 in the morning in the area of 76 Myricks Street. According to the office of the district attorney, the victim, who has been identified by investigators as Dylan Quinn, was a passenger in a Mazda pickup truck that was being driven by a man buddy who was also 16 years old. When emergency personnel arrived, they saw that the car had flipped onto its top in the middle of the road.
Information from officials
According to the officials, Quinn was transported to Saint Luke’s Hospital in New Bedford, but he was pronounced dead once he arrived there. Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence received the driver, who was not immediately named, and provided medical care for injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. When the collision took place, the two pals were reportedly on their way back to Quinn’s friend’s house after having just left a neighboring Dunkin’ Donuts and conducting what is described by the District Attorney as an initial investigation. According to the findings of the investigation, the vehicle was heading south when it collided with a tree and a utility pole, rolled over, and finally came to rest on the roadway where it had been traveling.
Alexandre Magalhaes stated
According to Alexandre Magalhaes, the administrator of schools in Bristol-Plymouth, Quinn was a student at Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School. In a written statement, Magalhaes expressed everyone’s feelings by saying, “We are all deeply saddened to hear of this tragic loss,” “Our thoughts and condolences go out to the family and friends of this student and the entire school community.” Magalhaes stated that there would be counselors accessible at the school beginning on Monday morning to assist pupils and staff members in coping with the tragic event. Investigations were being conducted by the Berkley Police Department as well as the Massachusetts State Police.
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