An official who was briefed on the investigation but could not speak publicly gave The Boston Globe some information on the victims in Sunday night’s collision between an Amtrak train and a truck driving along the tracks, including their ages and hometowns.
From The Globe:
Three people killed late Sunday night after the vehicle they were traveling in inexplicably ended up on railroad tracks in Mansfield and was struck by a Boston-bound Amtrak train were in their 20s and lived in separate towns within several miles of the collision, a law enforcement official briefed on the investigation said Tuesday.
The official, who could not speak publicly because of the sensitivity of the probe, said the victims were from Foxborough, Raynham, and North Attleborough.
The report added that the victims’ names are being withheld until a medical examiner can confirm their identities.
Read the full report here.