..Major Winter Storm and Blizzard to slam much of Eastern New England with a plowable to significant snowfall now expected in most western parts of Southern New England as the storm track shifts closer to the 40 North/70 West Benchmark. Travel is not recommended this Saturday Afternoon and Evening.. ..A Blizzard Warning is now in effect until 3 AM Sunday for Eastern Plymouth County and Cape Cod and the Islands for 15-20″ of snow with isolated higher amounts, blizzard conditions, and sustained winds of 20-30 MPH with gusts of 40-50 MPH likely. These winds may cause isolated pockets of tree and wire damage and isolated power outages. The consistency and weight of the snow is expected to be light so the winds and snow are only currently expected to cause minor tree and wire damage though this will be monitored.. ..A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 3 AM Sunday for Southern Bristol and Western and Southern Plymouth County Massachusetts for 12-18″ of snow with isolated higher amounts and considerable blowing and drifting snow with a period of near blizzard conditions as wind gusts get into the 40-45 MPH range.. Winter Weather Advisory 4:25 AM EST on January 07, […]
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The street was shut down Saturday night, but is now back open. Rachel FazioPublished: October 16, 2016, 5:35 am WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – 22News is following a deadly car accident that occurred in Westfield last night. The accident happened late Saturday night on Russellville and Cabot Rd. When our 22News crews first arrived, the road was closed and taped off. Sgt Mike Kane told 22News It was a single vehicle crash that has left one person dead. Another person was taken to Baystate Medical Center, and their condition is not known at this time. The car was completely totaled after hitting a tree. Rusellville and Cabot roads are now back opened. The accident is currently under investigation with the Hampden County District attorney’s office. We will update you as information becomes available both on air and online.
“There was no suspicious cause, and this was not an opiate death.” -Capt Michael McCabe Barry Kriger By Barry Kriger Published: October 15, 2016, 12:21 am Updated: October 15, 2016, 7:35 am WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Westfield Police Captain Michael McCabe re-confirmed Friday that there was no criminal investigation into Thursday’s discovery of a woman’s body in a car, in the Westfield Walmart parking lot. “There was no suspicious cause, and this was not an opiate death,” Capt. McCabe told 22News. He identified the deceased woman as 39-year-old Jill Wetherell of Agawam. Capt. McCabe said he was making Wetherell’s identity public, in part, because he had received a call from a worried relative from out of state. He said there was no investigation under way.
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