Monday, March 25, 2013
Sheryl Nixon, whose sons were severely injured in a car accident, discusses the tragedy that led to her healing book.
Information submitted by the Northborough Free Library On April 4, 1995, four of Sheryl Nixon’s six children were involved in a terrible accident. Two of her sons were seriously injured, hospitalized for weeks, and then placed in a rehabilitation facility for five months. While trying to be a mother to two disabled sons in the hospital and rehab, Sheryl also had two traumatized children at home. With the support of her husband, family, community, and friends, Sheryl began learning how to cope with extremely difficult circumstances through her faith in God, taking one day at a time and sometimes only one minute at a time. When her sons returned home, still needing constant care, she had to deal with many of life’s uncertainties. She felt …
Saturday, December 8, 2012
A motor vehicle accident at Flynn's Truck Stop has left multiple people with injuries.
Multiple people have injuries after a car accident at Flynn's Truck Stop on Hartford Turnpike Saturday night. Scanner reports say that one person had be extricated from a vehicle after being trapped inside. The Central Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council Collision Reconstruction Team responded and is investigating. Patch will provide more information as it becomes available.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
A young woman from Northborough remains in critical condition after being hit by an SUV on Friday.
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Sunday, October 28, 2012
Though her name has not been released, police have idenitified the woman who was struck a an SUV on Friday night in Worcester as a 20-year-old from Northborough, according to the Telegram and Gazette. The woman was hit by a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer that was traveling on Park Ave. in Worcester near the Price Chopper supermarket on Friday evening. She is in critical condition in a nearby hospital, reported the Telegram.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
A goose hit yesterday on Hudson Street would most likely need to be adopted to ensure its survival. It is presently being treated at Tufts Wildlife Clinic.
One goose was killed and the other severely injured yesterday after a car hit them on Hudson Street, according to the police log. A concerned citizen brought the injured goose to Tufts Wildlife Clinic, which is still treating the animal. The goose, said Tufts, is most likely either a barnyard goose owned by a farm or an individual, or a hybrid offspring of one with a Canada goose. Since it is not a native species, it falls out of Tufts mandated purview of the Wildlife Clinic. "The severe trauma to its head and eye adds an additional layer of complexity to the case," said Tufts spokesperson Tom Keppeler. "Tufts is proceeding cautiously and with the utmost commitment to the goose’s welfare and comfort. If it is able to survive, the goose …