Driver who drove car through front of Massachusetts Apple Store indicted on a charge of second-degree murder
The driver who ploughed his SUV at speed through the front of an Apple Store in Massachusetts last fall has been indicted on murder charges after one person tragically died and 22 others were left injured following the horrific incident.
The driver has been indicted on a charge of second-degree murder, as well as charges of motor vehicle homicide by reckless driving, reckless driving, four counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and 18 counts of aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Emergency services were called to the Apple Store in Massachusetts in November after an SUV sped through the front of the Apple Store, with images at the time showing the vehicle deep inside the store as local news sources reported that at least one person was trapped under the car.
Apple confirmed in a statement that one victim, who has separately been named as Kevin Bradley, 65, of New Jersey, tragically lost their life in the incident who was a contractor at the Apple Store“supporting recent construction” at the location.
In a statement via Boston 25 News, Dr. Jason Tracy, Chief of Emergency Medicine at South Shore Hospital, said 22 people in total arrived at the ER suffering from “all types of traumatic injuries,” including head wounds, lower extremity issues, and “mangled” limbs.
The Apple Store reopened in January, almost two months after the fatal crash.
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