July 13, 2024


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Woonsocket man, 22, dies when car goes off road, hits tree in South Kingstown

SOUTH KINGSTOWN — A 22-year-aged Woonsocket person died early Friday morning when the car or truck he was driving went off the street and strike a tree, the South Kingstown police main said.

Jai Juan M. Giguerre was driving a 2009 Infiniti south on Route 1 when the car went off the appropriate facet of the street and struck a tree south of Congdon Push, South Kingstown Law enforcement Main Matthew Moynihan claimed in a information release.

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The law enforcement responded at about 12:43 a.m. Giguerre, by yourself in the car or truck, was pronounced lifeless at the scene, the consequence of crash injuries, Moynihan reported. He evidently wasn’t sporting a seatbelt.

“Our thoughts are with this younger man’s relatives and good friends at this sad time,” Moynihan explained. “We urge motorists to be particularly mindful in the course of these hectic summer months and to often buckle up.”

The crash is less than investigation by detectives and the department’s accident reconstruction unit.

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This posting at first appeared on The Providence Journal: Woonsocket male dies in single-motor vehicle crash in South Kingstown