Mass.’s BOSTON (WWLP) – Two passengers died in an automobile accident on Interstate 93 north in Boston on Saturday night, and Massachusetts State Police are investigating the incident. A Kenworth tow truck was travelling north on I-93 in Boston at around 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, according to troopers with the Massachusetts State Police. A 2007 Lexus RX400H SUV also moved in front of the truck at the same time.
The vehicle rear-ended the Lexus after it slowed down for an unclear reason south of Exit 20. The truck was struck at an angle by a 2012 Honda Civic automobile that was following the truck. The two female occupants in Lexus’s backseat were found dead after being found locked inside the car. Their names have been released as Delaine Fekert, 25, of Floral Park, New York, and Urashi Madani, 25, of North Andover.
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A 53-year-old Revere guy who was driving the Lexus was taken seriously injured to Massachusetts General Hospital. The truck driver from Salem waited for the investigation despite having no visible injuries. The Honda’s driver, a woman from Manchester, New Hampshire, appeared to be unharmed and stayed for the investigation.
The State Police Detective Unit for Suffolk County, the State Police Troop H Detective Unit, the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, the State Police-Tunnels Barracks, the State Police Crime Scene Services Section, and the State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section are still looking into the details of the accident. Whether or not there is enough evidence to file criminal charges will depend on the inquiry.