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Victim in Route 95, Foxborough, crash succumbs to injuries; investigation ongoing

Two from Everett transported to Boston Medical Center 

  One of the victims in Sunday (October 2) morning’s crash on Route 95 in Foxborough died from his injuries after being transported to Boston Medical Center. He is identified as Henry Augustin, 23, of Somerville. Augustin, who was a passenger, and five other men were occupants of a 2009 Ford Expedition that rolled over multiple times on Route 95 northbound, north of Exit 13, just after 3:20 a.m. on Oct. 2. All six occupants of the vehicle were ejected.

  The other occupants – all in their 20s and with serious injuries – are as follows:

  • A Tewksbury man who is believed to have been the driver, and who was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital
  • An Everett man who was transported to Boston Medical Center
  • An Everett man who was transported to Boston Medical Center
  • A Somerville man who was transported to Boston Medical Center
  • A Peabody man who was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital

  The group was returning from a Providence nightclub when the operator lost control of the vehicle for reasons still under investigation. The investigation is being conducted by Troop H of the Massachusetts State Police (MSP), including the Troop H Detective Unit and Troopers from the MSP Foxboro Barracks, the MSP Collision Analysis & Reconstruction Section, the MSP Crime Scene Services Section and the MSP Detective Unit for Norfolk County.

  No further information was available at press time.

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