Police activity on the West gloucester tracks

Joined: 12:58 PM - Feb 17, 2016

8:58 PM - Feb 07, 2018 #1

Anyone know what this is about? 99D50282-238F-46CB-BE96-D9A1DB6D7A31.png
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Joined: 9:12 PM - Feb 19, 2010

9:01 PM - Feb 07, 2018 #2

idk...on FB people are saying one victim, non-viable.  So it does not sound good.
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Joined: 11:54 PM - Jun 20, 2007

10:00 PM - Feb 07, 2018 #3

I heard over the Scanner that 2 trains were involved near LePage's and GFD was checking if MedFlight was available.
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Joined: 9:12 PM - Feb 19, 2010

10:11 PM - Feb 07, 2018 #4

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5:49 AM - Feb 08, 2018 #5

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Joined: 7:44 PM - Jan 06, 2008

8:18 PM - Feb 08, 2018 #6

the GDT were right on top of this lol
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Joined: 10:26 AM - Mar 25, 2011

4:08 PM - Feb 09, 2018 #7

It was in the online edition of the Times the day it happened, and in the next print edition.
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Joined: 12:58 PM - Feb 17, 2016

2:57 PM - Feb 12, 2018 #8

A tragic incident.  Fortunately we don't have many of those, but I doubt that brings much solace to this particular victim's family.
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Joined: 11:07 PM - Apr 01, 2011

8:29 PM - Feb 21, 2018 #9

Sounds like an okay guy.  RIP.  Note the gathering for Dan at the Elks Lodge, Gloucester.

Source GDT (confirmed he was the MBTA victim)

Daniel's Story
GLOUCESTER, MA - Daniel S. David, 24, of Gloucester, passed away on February 7, 2018.
Daniel was born August 21, 1993, in Gloucester. He is the son of Lena M. (Giovine) David and Ronald E. David. He graduated from Gloucester High School, class of 2012, where he studied automotive for four years.
Daniel previously worked at Shaw's for five years, and later became an assistant manager at Family Dollar.
He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He especially enjoyed doing outdoor activities; he loved skateboarding. He also enjoyed fishing with his father and sister, and gaming (in "Fall Out Four" he and his brother enjoyed rebuilding the city).
Danny impacted many souls on this earth, and he will be dearly missed by his endless amount of friends and loved ones, who will cherish his memory.
In addition to his loving mother Lena, and father Ronald, Danny is survived by his companion Joanne Raz, his sister Kirsten David; his brother Michael David; his grandfather Paul Giovine; his grandmothers Anne Giovine and Grace Beauparlant; his aunts Anne Testa, Serina Giovine, Ally Giovine, Rhonda David, Danika David, Sara Beauparlant, and Serina Beauparlant; his uncles Tom Testa, Paul Giovine, Robert Giovine, Donny David, Glenn David, and Ted Beauparlant. He is also survived by his many beloved cousins, nieces, and nephews.
He was predeceased by his grandfathers Donald David, and Wilfred "Buster" Beauparlant; his uncles Wilfred "Buster" Beauparlant Jr., and Charlie Beauparlant.
Daniel's visiting hours will be in the Pike-Newhall Funeral Home, 61 Middle St., Gloucester, on Saturday, February 24, 2018 from 1 to 5 p.m. There will be a prayer service at 2 p.m. A Celebration of Daniel's Life will be on Sunday, February 25, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Elks at Bass Rocks, 101 Atlantic Road, Gloucester. For online condolences, and register book, please visit www.pikenewhall.com.
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