A 31-year-old Western Massachusetts man died after losing control of his vehicle on the Mass Turnpike, striking a median, and rolling over his vehicle, state police said.
In Hampden County, troopers responded to a stretch of I-90 eastbound in Wilbraham, where there was a report of a one-car crash involving a rolled-over vehicle with one injured.
Police said that upon arrival, troopers found a vehicle that had struck the median and rolled over, coming to a rest in the breakdown lane, with the driver suffering from life-threatening injuries.
According to investigators, the driver, Hampden County resident Glenn Moquin, of Palmer, was transported to Wing Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
The crash led to a temporary closure of the right lane on I-90 in Wilbraham for approximately three hours as State Police investigated the crash and cleaned up the scene.
It remains under investigation by:
- Troop B of the Massachusetts State Police;
- State Police Crime Scene Services Section;
- Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section;
- Hamden County State Police Detective Unit;
- Ludlow Fire and EMS;
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