Back Bay Crash Victim Worked for Red Sox

Bob Lobel (L) prepares to announce the Red Sox Orioles game from the PA booth with in-game producer Jack Lanzillotti.
Bob Lobel (L) prepares to announce the Red Sox Orioles game from the PA booth with in-game producer Jack Lanzillotti. –Bill Greene/The Boston Globe

One of the pedestrians killed in Saturday night’s tragic Back Bay crash worked for the Red Sox.

Jack Lanzillotti, 28, was a manager for Red Sox Productions/Game Operations, according to a Sunday night press release by the team.

From the Red Sox:

“Jack has been an important, respected, and beloved member of our organization for the past seven years,’’ said Red Sox President/CEO Larry Lucchino. “His poise under pressure and good-humored manner helped us deliver consistently outstanding results. We are all grief-stricken, and we send our deepest sympathies and condolences to Jack’s and Jessica’s families.’’

Lanzillotti was walking with his girlfriend, Jessica Campbell, 27, when they were struck and killed by a car near Beacon and Fairfield streets Saturday night. According to police, two cars collided, forcing one to roll over near the intersection. That car struck Lanzillotti and Campbell.

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