• May 25, 2017

Kristina McCarthy, Montana Hurley Killed in Accident in Plymouth, MA

Plymouth, MA -- A single-vehicle crash in Plymouth, Massachusetts Wednesday, May 17, 2017 claimed the lives of Kristina McCarthy, 26, and 20-year-old Montana Hurley.

The incident happened on Route 44 around 10:30 p.m.

According to the report, the two women were the occupants of a vehicle that crossed the grass median and drover into the westbound lane. The vehicle then rolled over on the ramp.

Ms. McCarthy and Ms. Hurley, the occupants in the Jeep, were killed in the incident.

The official investigation into the 1 a.m. crash remains open.

The report made no mention of other injuries in the crash.

More information may become available as the investigation concludes.

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