Warwick Car Accident News

Police investigate hit-and-run crash on Post Rd in Warwick

WARWICK, RI – According to WPRI, authorities arrested an alleged hit-and-run driver for causing a crash on Post Rd in Warwick Tuesday.

Jarrod Rossi, 42, fled the scene of an accident on foot after rear-ending another vehicle around 12 p.m.

Officers located and arrested Rossi on Jefferson Blvd.

Authorities charged Rossi with obstruction of justice, leaving the scene of a crash, and driving with a suspended license.

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Major crash near Glocester leaves 1 dead, 3 injured

GLOCESTER, RI – A three-vehicle crash involving a dump truck in Gloucester last Friday claimed the life of a woman an left three juveniles injured.

According to WPRI, the crash occurred in the 1900 block of Putnam Pike, near the intersection with Olney Keach Road at about 2:30 p.m.

The cause of the crash is unclear at this time. However, police say two small SUVs and a dump truck were involved.

The driver of one of the SUVs, a 66-year-old Glocester woman, was rusehd to a local hospital, where she died a short time later. Three juvenile passengers in her SUV were taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The other individuals involved, two adults and a juvenile were evaluated and released form the scene.

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Motorcyclist hurt after losing control in Warwick crash

WARWICK, RI – A motorcyclist was hurt in a crash in Warwick after losing control and being thrown from the bike.

WPRI news reports that the crash took place at the West Shore Road and Main Avenue intersection when the unidentified motorcyclist failed to navigate a turn and ended up being ejected from the vehicle.

The man on the motorcycle was rushed to Rhode Island Hospital in serious condition from a serious head injury. Responders say he was not wearing a safety helmet.

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Rear passenger thrown from car in DUI accident in Warwick

WARWICK, RI – The driver in a single-vehicle crash in Warwick on Saturday morning that injured one of the passengers is facing multiple charges, including felony DUI.

ABC 6 reports that the accident took place close to 8 a.m. at the intersection of Warwick and Killey Avenues when a vehicle driven by 33-year-old Filipe Barros of Pawtucket crashed into a utility pole following some erratic driving.

One passenger, 27-year-old Cranston resident Yasmibel Lora Pena, was ejected from the rear seat of the vehicle.

Pena was hospitalized at Rhode Island Hospital. The severity of her injuries is unknown.

Neither Barros nor the second passenger in the vehicle were reportedly injured.

Police have charged Barros with multiple charges including driving under the influence and refusal to submit for a field chemical test.
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Motorcyclist hospitalized in South Mansfield after crashing into deer

MANSFIELD, MA – A man was hospitalized after crashing into a deer on his motorcycle in Mansfield on Saturday, reports WPRI.

The accident took place on Route 140 South when a 51-year-old West Warwick man crashed into a deer that had entered the roadway, ejecting him from the vehicle.

Responders rushed the man to Rhode Island Hospital where he was treated for serious injuries.

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Fiery crash injures one driver in Warwick

WARWICK, RI – A flaming rollover crash injured one man on Route 95 in Warwick on Sunday morning, reports ABC 6.

The crash took place close to 3 a.m. near the Route 295 overpass when a car crashed into a barrier before overturning, striking a wall, and then catching fire.

Responders did not need to extricate the driver, who was taken to Rhode Island Hospital with minor injuries.

No word on what is thought to have caused the crash.

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One diner killed, one injured after being struck by car at clam shack on Warwick Avenue

WARWICK, RI – A car crashed through multiple picnic tables at a restaurant in Warwick on Friday, killing one person and injuring another, NBC10 reports.

At approximately 2 p.m., police responded to a report of a collision on Warwick Avenue that a vehicle had struck two diners at Tommy’s World Famous Clam Shack.

The victims, 66-year-old Susan Hjerpe and her husband Carl Hjerpe, were taken to Rhode Island Hospital. Susan was later pronounced dead from the injuries sustained.

Carl is reportedly in stable condition.

This incident is still under investigation.

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Man killed after rear-ending a tractor trailer in Warwick

WARWICK, RI – A man was killed in Warwick after crashing into a tractor-trailer on his motorcycle early Thursday morning, WPRI reports.

The accident occurred near 565 Quaker Lane near 1:10 a.m. when the fatality victim, 53-year-old- Christopher Reddick, struck the rear of a truck turning into his lane.

Reddick was thrown from the vehicle and taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. He was reportedly driving without a helmet.

There was no suspicion of impairment or other improper use of a motor vehicle in the accident.

This crash is currently part of an ongoing investigation. Details may be updated as further information becomes available.

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Crash involving multiple vehicles injures 3 on Route 4

EAST GREENWICH, RI – A crash hospitalized three people Wednesday morning in East Greenwich, WPRI reports.

The multi-vehicle accident took place at approximately 7:30 a.m. on Route 4 South and involved at least one rollover.

Responders transported three people with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries to Rhode Island Hospital.

This accident is still under investigation. Details may be updated as information becomes available.

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Two-Car Crash Hospitalizes Five on I-95 in Warwick

WARWICK, RI – A crash on I-95 Wednesday after noon sent five people to the hospital.

WPRI reports that the accident occurred close to 1 a.m. when a vehicle veered off the highway and struck another vehicle as it reentered traffic. Both vehicles rolled over in the accident.

One of the injured was identified as the driver of one of the vehicles, who sustained serious injuries. The second vehicle’s four occupants were treated for minor injuries.

Police suspect that excessive speed played a role in the incident.

This crash is part of an ongoing investigation. Details may be updated as more information becomes available.

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Written By: Ronald J. Resmini

Last Updated : Thursday, July 7, 2022