The Worcester Telegram & Gazette is reporting that a second car was involved in the accident on Soutville Road last week that killed a Framingham High student. The driver of the second car allegedly fled the scene. He will be was arraigned on vehicular homicide charges today.
More in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
Update: The Telegram & Gazette has published more details (link above is updated). Apparently the second car rammed the first and caused it to drive off the road resulting in the death of 17-year-old Jamoan James. The occupants of the two cars knew each other. Others may also be charged in the case. I didn’t think this story could get any more depressing, but it has.
Update: More information in the Metrowest Daily News.
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