Accidents at West Street and Route 27, Fire, Mailboxes, Strange Animal, and More

Here's a look at the Medfield safety log for April 28 and April 29.


Here's a glance at the safety log for Sunday and Monday.

Sunday, April 28

3:25 a.m., Causeway Street. E911 caller asked to be taken to the hospital because he was not feeling well. Transported to Norwood Hospital.

8:03 a.m., Spring Street. Traffic control at St. Edward's Church.

9:10 a.m., Cedar Lane. Walk-in report of lost property. Woman said she left her wallet on her vehicle in the driveway and then she drove off to go shopping and now it is missing. She left contact information.

9:20 a.m., Main Street. Traffic control at the United Church of Christ.

9:20 a.m., station. Issued three burning permits.

12:33 p.m., South Street. Caller said that, around 12:10 p.m. today, he was riding his motorcycle on South Street to Wilson Street when two young boys driving a blue Honda almost ran him off the road with their vehicle. Police told him to file a complaint with the Registry. [At 1:26 p.m., he returned to the station with a copy of the complaint form he will mail to the Registry.] Police called the home of the vehicle (2008 Honda Civic) owner and left a message for them to call the police department regarding his driving in Medfield and into Norfolk. 

3:09 p.m., Kamark Drive. E911 caller asked for an ambulance for herself; she was taken to Leonard Morse in Natick.

6:28 p.m., Flint Lock Lane. E911 caller requested an ambulance for shortness of breath. Taken to Beth Israel Deaconess in Needham.

Monday, April 29

3:39 a.m., South Street. Caller reported her father has passed away. He was under hospice care; they were not there when he passed. 

8:20 a.m., West Street. Disabled motor vehicle at West Street and North Meadows Road. Town truck en-route.

8:21 a.m., Miller Street. Funeral home requests an escort to block traffic at Route 27 as they will be going to Millis at 9:45 a.m. and will be coming back at 10:45 a.m. and going into Vine Lake Cemetery.

9 a.m., Steven Lane. Report of mailbox damage over the weekend.

9:14 a.m., North Street. Caller reported a suspicious male in a gray station wagon (2000 Hyundai Elantra). It is registered to Norfolk. Police said the man is waiting for his daughter who is in the building at an appointment.

9:37 a.m., Haven Road. Caller reported a "strange animal" in her garage. Animal Control notified.

10:51 a.m., Tamarack Road. Report of mailbox damage about two weeks ago.

11:03 a.m. Pound Street. E911 caller asked for a well-being check at Tilden Village. He said his neighbor is not answering her door or her phone. Police went into the apartment and no one is home.

12:09 p.m., West Street and North Meadows Road. E911 caller reported a car accident at West Street and Route 27 with personal injury. Police, fire and ambulance all responded. Cars involved were a 2008 Mazda CX9, 2002 Chevy Tahoe, 2012 Nissan Altima. Medfield Ambulance took one person to Glover Hospital in Needham.

2:01 p.m., Frairy Street. Walk-in report of a missing daughter. 

3:13 p.m., Peter Kristoff Way. Medfield Police and Medfield Fire responded to a report of a small brush fire at 110 Peter Kristoff Way. 

6:13 p.m., Pine Street. E911 caller reported a car accident at West Street and Route 27 with no personal injury.

6:39 p.m., North Street. Park and Rec Department reported a raccoon in a window well at the Pfaff Center. Called Animal Control but no answer. Try again in morning. 

6:49 p.m., North Street. E911 caller, a teacher at the Montrose School, reported a 16 year old female passed out. Medfield Ambulance responded but was refused. 

652 p.m., Causeway Street. Lifeline requested an ambulance for a woman who needs help getting up from her walker. Millis was notified. At 6:58 p.m., cancelled Millis. She is all set, just needed help getting to her feet. 

7:10 p.m., Upham Road. E911 caller reported a family disturbance. Gone on arrival.


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