FRAMINGHAM, MA – Police have charged two women with a hit-and-run Sunday on Hollis St that injured seven people, Metro West Daily News reports.
According to police, Alanna McCabe, 26, crashed into the rear of a vehicle parked in front of Emanuel Market on Hollis St around 6:20 p.m.
Seven people occupied the vehicle at the time of the incident. All seven were taken to a local hospital.
The driver and passenger, Gabriella Lamphier, 25, fled the scene on foot following the collision.
A witness attempted to record the two suspects leaving the area, but was allegedly struck by McCabe.
Officers located the women on Arlington St. They alleged that McCabe gave them “misleading” information regarding the crash.
McCabe is charged with leaving the scene of an accident that caused personal injury, operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor, intimidation of a witness, driving to endanger, speeding, failing to keep right, and disorderly conduct.
Lamphier has been charged with providing an officer misleading information.
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