SPENCER – A National Grid worker was struck by a vehicle on Main St. in Spencer on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Spencer Police Dept.
Police were called to Main and Greenville Streets in Spencer for the report of a pedestrian crash. The pedestrian — Paul Germano, 50, of Dudley — was struck by an operator driving a 2015 Nissan Juke.
According to Spencer PD, Germano was in the eastbound lane of Main St. marking underground piping for a future construction project in town.
The operator of the Juke was traveling eastbound when the crash occurred. Both Germano and the operator of the Juke were taken to UMass Medical by EMT.
The Central Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council – CEMLEC Reconstruction and Drone Units were called to assist Spencer Police with the investigation.
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