No injuries in rear-end collision near intersection

By Sarah E. Reynolds | Jun 11, 2014
Photo by: Sarah E. Reynolds A Honda Pilot waits for towing beside Route 90 after it received $2,500 to $3,000 in a rear-end collision Wednesday, June 11.

Rockport — A two-car crash at the intersection of routes 17 and 90 about noon Wednesday, June 11, disabled both vehicles, but resulted in no injuries and no charges, according to Rockport Police Officer Cooper Plaisted.

Plaisted said a 2012 Honda Pilot driven by Todd Allaire, 49, was stopped in Route 90 just east of the intersection waiting to turn left onto Park Street, when a 2012 Subaru Legacy driven by Krysten Moody, 24, rounded the corner from Route 17 and rear-ended it. The Subaru was totaled and the Honda had $2,500 to $3,000 worth of damage, he said. Allaire's wife, Julie Allaire, was in the passenger seat of the Honda.

Rockport Fire also responded to the scene, which was just in front of the West Rockport fire station.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Francis Mazzeo, Jr. | Jun 11, 2014 14:15

Maybe if the police ticketed some of these clowns that rear end people it wouldn't happen so much. Drivers need to slow down at these intersections. Yellow means prepare to stop not accelerate. When you go around a corner it should be with caution.

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