Marlborough Resident Charged in Framingham Pedestrian Crash
A man living in Marlborough is charged because he possesses an out-of-state license.
Framingham Police have charged a Marlborough man with operating a motor vehicle without a license after he struck an individual in a crosswalk on New York Ave. in Framingham last week.
Andre Desouza, 32, currently of Marlborough, had a driver's license, but not one from Massachusetts, making it invalid.
Joseph Mallory, 30, a Genzyme employee was struck around 8:30 a.m. last Wednesday. New York Avenue was closed for a couple of hours by Framingham Police, and the Framingham Fire Department requested a Medflight helicopter.
Scanner reports had it anding on Route 9 to take Mallory to a Boston hospital.
Scanner reports identified the pedestrian as a man, in his 30s, with femur injury and difficulty breathing.
Traffic was a mess in that area all morning, as Framingham Police and the Massachusetts State Police reconstruction team were investigating.
Late Thursday night, a couple of Genzyme employees tweeted and texted Framingham Patch to say Mallory was improving.