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According to police reports, a father, mother, and their 19-year-old son were out biking on rural Topsfield Road on Thursday when the suspect plowed her vehicle into the entire family, scattering their bodies in the ditch.
The shorter Union Square branch (along with the new Lechmere station and rehabilitated Lechmere viaduct) is set to open in October, while the longer Medford branch will open in December.
Advocates in Portland, Oregon, have filed a lawsuit to halt the expansion of an urban renewal-era highway scheme, potentially writing the next chapter in the battle against bad urban freeway redesigns across the United States.
According to local authorities, Ryane Linehan, 43, of Ipswich, faces citations for motor vehicle homicide by reckless activity, a marked lanes breach, and using an electronic device. Prosecutors say she would testify in Ipswich District Court in May, when criminal charges could be brought.
Linehan was driving on Topsfield Road shortly after 2 p.m. on March 26 when she hit bicyclist George Norris, 58, his wife Amy, 60, and son Jack, 19, according to authorities. Prior to the accident, she was said to be on her phone, according to investigators.
Donations to a GoFundMe campaign set up for George Norris’ survivors are still coming in almost three weeks later. The target of $150,000 has been raised after the effort raised more than $135,000 against it.
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March 26, 2020, ISPWICH, MASSACHUSETTS: On Topsfield Road in Ipswich, Massachusetts, police are investigating a suspected accident involving several cyclists. (Nicolaus Czarnecki/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald/Staff photo)
The Boston Herald’s Marie Szaniszlo contributed to this article.
UPDATED: April 16, 2020 at 6:29 p.m. PUBLISHED: April 16, 2020 at 6:27 p.m. | PUBLISHED: April 16, 2020 at 6:27 p.m.
According to police, an Ipswich woman has been charged with motor vehicle homicide and using her phone while driving in connection with an accident that killed a bicyclist and wounded his wife and son last month.
According to Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett and Ipswich Police Chief Paul Nikas, Ryane Linehan, 43, has been charged with motor vehicle homicide by reckless activity, a marked lanes breach, and writing, receiving, or reading an electronic message while driving for killing George Norris of Ipswich and injuring his wife and son.
Blodgett and Nikas said in a joint statement that Linehan has been summoned to a May 18 hearing in Ipswich District Court, where a clerk magistrate will decide whether there is probable cause to file a criminal complaint.
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