NEW MARLBOROUGH, MA — Sean Storti was identified as the man that died in a single-vehicle accident that happened in New Marlborough, Massachusetts on Saturday, February 7th, 2015. Local news said that the accident scene was discovered around 4:00 Saturday afternoon.
40-year-old Sean Storti was killed when the car he was driving crashed on Hartsville Mill River Road. Police said that the car drove off the road, hit a barrier and a utility police before it rolled down an incline.
Storti was pronounced dead when emergency personnel arrived at the scene.
The Massachusetts State Police and New Marlborough officials were helping with the accident investigation.
Scene of the Accident
I wonder if anybody has taken a good, clinical look at every nook and cranny in this vehicle to see if the driver was even in control of the car at the time of the accident. I’ve investigated a lot of single-vehicle accidents in the 25 years I’ve been litigating, and there wasn’t a single one that was absolutely free of mechanical problems. Now, whether or not that problem was in any way related to the accident may be a different story, but in the case of this accident, will anybody really know for sure until somebody takes a long look at the wreckage?
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