Biker couple killed in head-on crash: “The most kind people”
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STOUGHTON, Mass. (BIKER DAD)–A biker couple killed in a head-on crash were “the most kind people,” one person said about them. The investigation into the crash between their motorcycle and a Toyota is still going on. But from what police are saying now, indications are the Toyota crossed the center line. As a result of the crash Al Pedro, 50, and Aldina Pedro, 51 died. Their Harley Davidson was hit by a Toyota Corolla
“Although the crash reconstruction and analysis report is not complete … initial indications at the scene are that the collision occurred in the northbound lane,” said David Traub, a spokesperson for District Attorney Michael Morrissey. “The Pedros did not survive and were pronounced on scene.”
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“Two of the most kind people you would ever want to meet,” Stoughton Select Board Chair Joseph Mokrisky said in a Facebook post. “They loved and lived … for their family and friends.” The couple had three children.
Another friend said of the couple, “Rest In Peace my beautiful friends my condolences to all the family off Al and Aldina Pedro.
The driver of the Toyota Corolla, a 60-year-old man went to the hospital as a precaution. So far there are no charges in the crash.