Washington Co. Crash Report: DUI driver strikes, kills woman on tricycle in North Kingstown

Crash Report: Boston Neck Road, North Kingstown, RI

 

Report ID: 2024 June 20

NCIC#: Unknown

OFFICER ID#: Unknown

Traffic Unit(s) Involved: 2

Occupants: 2

Injuries/Fatalities: Yes

Vehicle Damage (If Any): Unknown but likely

Property Damage (other than vehicles): Unknown

Road Surface Condition: Unknown

Manner of Crash Impact (Single Vehicle, Angle, Left Turn, Rear-End, Head-On, Sideswipe, U-Turn, Other, Unknown): Single-vehicle vs. bicycle

Location of Pedestrian/Cyclist (If Any): Breakdown Lane of Bottle Neck Rd

Narrative

NORTH KINGSTOWN, RI – A 53-year-old woman died Thursday after a vehicle struck her on a tricycle in North Kingstown.

The incident occurred just before 7 p.m. on Boston Neck Road, which runs north to south on the east side of the city.

Police say that a Jeep driven by an intoxicated driver struck the rear of the tricycle.

Authorities identified the victim as Linda Sherman.

The driver of the Jeep, identified as former Providence police officer Daniel Famiglietti, faced DUI charges on Friday.

The investigation is ongoing.

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