Posts Tagged ‘Uxbridge Police’

Rollover Crash Closes Exit 3 From Route 146 South

Crews are on scene of a rollover crash on the off ramp from Route 146 South.  Uxbridge Police say Exit 3 is currently closed as of 6PM on Thursday night while emergency personnel try to clear the scene. According to a post on Facebook, the driver was wearing a seat belt and was not injured…

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911 Outage Impacts Local Police & Fire Departments

UPDATE:  The Massachusetts State Police say technical issues with the 9-1-1 system, and the resulting wireless capability outages, have been resolved. Massachusetts callers may resume using 911 from their cell phones for public safety emergencies.   If you have an emergency, dialing 9-1-1 from your cell phone may not go through, according to Massachusetts State Police. A…

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Truck Crash Leads To Road Closure In Uxbridge

Uxbridge Police closed East Hartford Avenue between the Granite/Linwood Street intersection and the Oak Street intersection from mid-morning all the way through the evening commute on Wednesday due to a serious motor vehicle crash.  Two trucks collided and it took crews several hours to clean up the debris and fuel spill caused by the crash.…

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Uxbridge Police Warn Of Recent Car Break-Ins

Uxbridge Police are warning residents and visitors to remember to lock your vehicles, and keep important items out of sight from potential burglars.  Last night and this morning they they received several phone calls for regarding breaking and entering into cars.    Most of the thefts occured in the area of Manor House, Oak &…

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Uxbridge Police Warn Of Text Scam

There are tons of scam artists out there, and nobody is immune to them.  Even Uxbridge Police Chief Jeffrey Louie was targeted by a scammer on his phone.  He shared this text on Facebook reminding people to not fall for texts or calls that seem too good to be true. Remember, if you have to…

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Uxbridge Police Save Baby Who Stopped Breathing

On Thursday, December 7th, Uxbridge Police received a 911 call for an infant not breathing.  During the call officers were advised by dispatch that the mother and grandmother had left the residence and were driving to the fire department. Dispatch was able to obtain a vehicle description and relay that information to the officers. Moments later…

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