Middlesex DA seeks public’s help in finding witness to I-495 car crash

The Pilot and pickup truck can be seen at the far end of the parking lot, with a man walking between the truck and the Pilot.
The Pilot and pickup truck can be seen at the far end of the parking lot, with a man walking between the truck and the Pilot.

The Middlesex district attorney’s office is seeking the public’s assistance in finding a witness of a car accident in March on Interstate 495.

At around 9:30 a.m. on March 11, a Honda Pilot crashed into a box truck on I-495 South. Both vehicles were damaged, said district attorney’s spokeswoman Stephanie Guyotte. No one was injured.

The driver of the Honda left the accident using Exit 37 and traveled to a Gulf station/Dunkin’ Donuts on Woburn Street in Lowell, Guyotte said.

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A witness driving a dark-colored pickup truck followed the Honda to the service station and walked towards the damaged vehicle at about 9:45 a.m., as seen on surveillance footage, Guyotte said.

Police and the district attorney’s office believe this witness may have information crucial to their investigation. Anyone with information should call Lieutenant Stephen Walsh of the Massachusetts State Police at 978-475-3800.

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