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Car Accident Palmer – An accident that took place on Tuesday afternoon on Sykes Street in Palmer resulted in the death of a student who was only 16 years old. The student’s name has not been released at this time. The accident that took place featured a semi-truck that was pulling a trailer behind it. At around 2:20 p.m. on Tuesday, the Palmer Police Department was dispatched to the scene of a “serious” incident that had occurred on Route 181, commonly known as Sykes Street. The collision had taken place on the roadway. The collision was reported to have taken place on Sykes Street.

In the accident that took place, there were two vehicles involved: a tractor-trailer and a passenger automobile. The location of the accident, which took place just next to Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical High School, was described in the police report as “the scene of the incident.” A student who attended Pathfinder High School and was 16 years old was reportedly the one who died as a result of the collision, which involved two automobiles. It is believed that the collision was the cause of death.

A tractor-trailer was turning broadside when it collided with the side of the automobile that belonged to the student’s family as they were leaving the grounds of the school. The collision occurred on the driver’s side. At this point in time, the student’s name will not be made public because doing so would violate the student’s right to personal privacy. According to the information that was provided by the individuals at Pathfinder Tech, attempts are now being made to get in touch with each and every student and parent,

and the school will make its support services available to each and every member of the staff and students on Wednesday. Officials have informed us that the driver of the tractor-trailer was not injured in the accident, and that he is currently providing investigators with his knowledge and information. This was the information that was provided to us. Since then, that region has been cleaned up, and access for both pedestrians and vehicles has been restored.

Investigations are now being conducted not just by the Criminal Investigation Division of the Palmer Police Department, but also by the Massachusetts State Hampden County District Attorney’s Office as well as the Massachusetts State Police Truck Team. Both of these agencies are part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.