Crime

Gloucester man dies after being struck by car in Rowley 

A 31-year-old Gloucester man was killed Monday night after he was struck by a 2013 Subara Impreza driven by a Georgetown woman while walking on Haverhill Street in Rowley, local police sources said on Tuesday.

The Police and Fire Services in Rowley responded to the scene at 11pm where rescuers found the victim. The victim, who sustained life-threatening injuries, was taken away by a medical helicopter to Massachusetts General Hospital. He was later pronounced dead by the hospital authorities, police said in a statement.

“Rowley Police and Fire responded to a location on Haverhill Street at 11pm on Monday. Upon arrival, rescuers found a 31-year-old Gloucester man who had been struck by a 2013 Subaru Impreza.

The victim was taken by medical helicopter to Massachusetts General Hospital with life-threatening injuries and was later pronounced dead,” the police chief Scott A. Dumas, said in a statement.

 

The identity of the victim was not immediately released by the police. Rowley Police, the Massachusetts State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, and the Essex District Attorney’s Office are investigating the incident.

The driver of the accident vehicle, a 57-year-old Georgetown woman, remained on scene, according to police.

 

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